Interpreters by Wole Soyinka

"Interpreters" weaves together the stories of a group of young Nigerian intellectuals navigating the complexities of postcolonial life in the 1960s. Through their intertwined lives, the novel explores themes of corruption, societal change, and the search for cultural identity. The characters, who work as interpreters both literally and metaphorically, strive to find their place in a country where the traditional and the modern are in constant tension. The narrative delves into their personal and professional struggles, shedding light on the broader political and social issues facing the newly independent nation.

The 5193rd greatest book of all time


Published
1965
Nationality
Nigerian
Type
Fiction
Pages
250-300
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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