"Anthills of the Savannah".
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It examines how the messages of Achebe's work stem not only from what he says, but also from what he does not say. More than anything else, Achebe's spoken words, as well as non-spoken meanings, promote a process of decolonization of Africa, which includes the empowerment of women. The author clearly demonstrates that a revolution will be severely flawed if it does not respect its women.
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