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Nov 27 2015, 03:57 PM
I'm still confused about Wole. His plays suck. His prospectus on the Nobel website cites his plays as the motivating work for the prize, yet he's categorized in the list of authors as a novelist and poet. What am I to read from this man?
The only work of Soyinka's I've read is Aké, which I quite liked.

I have Le Clézio's Revolutions sitting unread; I keep meaning to get around to it, since I really liked the books of his I read after he got the prize, but so far it just hasn't jumped up and forced me to read it. But it's worth it, then?
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