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chinua Achebe has proven his worth among english-speaking African novelists by representing the African social and political environment in a thoroughly realistic way. his novels depict life within a particular historical background, and convey a sense of growing disgust and unrest within nigerian society, a society that has started to emerge from the 'colonial complex' caused by years of denigration and self-abasement. A Man of the People (967) is Achebe's fourth novel. it describes nigeria indoi:10.14989/66226 fatcat:jq2ek3n6w5e4lni3w2gwhxy6hy