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I'm a Buffer Girl pour l'Amour 2

Americanah
I don’t care for any other person’s opinion on Americanah, but for me, true love was one of the predominant themes. A theme I hoped, begged, the universe to grant me.
The novel’s heroine, Ifemelu would begin a very deep, very intriguing affaire with her beau Obi from Secondary School.
They’d go on dating through a few years in University before Ifemelu would leave for the U.S. to get her first higher degree.
As much as I have never researched this, I strongly believed Chimamanda was mirroring a part of her own life’s story in Americanah.




First, Adichie had taken one or two years of Pharmacy at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka before leaving for the US to get a first degree and then subsequent degrees.
This keen theory of mine I’d feed and, convince myself was true and then hope and pray for a tailored pattern of romance for myself.
This tailoring of another’s narrative is like the way Nigerian females meet a trusted seamstress with a particular picture of design they’d wan…

I'm a Buffer Girl pour l'Amour

I’ve always known true love exists; always and convincingly known.