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Publishing Buchi Emecheta
Allison and Busby gave the book to an American publisher, George Braziller , in April 1975, a month after publication, and BE earned ¥322.98. Her publisher also gave her ¥125 publishing fee for the book...
Publishing Buchi Emecheta
The British edition published by Allison and Busby in London came out five months later than the BrazillerNew York edition, even though they had the manuscript first and had sold the rights to Braziller
Publishing Buchi Emecheta
She dedicated this book to her publisher, Margaret Busby , who had been very supportive of it despite Clive Allison 's procrastinations and George Braziller 's initial rejection. Allison was angry that she had sent...
Publishing Buchi Emecheta
Double Yoke was published in New York by George Braziller a year later.
Holmes, Julie. “’Just’ an Igbo woman: Buchi Emecheta”. The Voice, 9 July 1996.
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
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It was made into a film in Holland in 1985.It was also translated into French.
Umeh, Marie, editor. Emerging Perspectives on Buchi Emecheta. Africa World Press, 1996.
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Publishing Buchi Emecheta
The book was published by William Collins in London. It appeared in New York from George Braziller as The Family in March 1990, and in Heinemann 's African Writers Series under its original title...

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