American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Soyinka, Wole Born 1934. Nigerian writer known for his important contributions to the development of Nigerian theater and literature. His plays include A Dance of the Forests (1960) and A Play of Giants (1984). Soyinka won the 1986 Nobel Prize for literature.
“Soyinka is an author who writes with great deliberation, and especially in his novels and poems he can be avant-gardistically sophisticated.”
“Nigerians should call Soyinka to order because he is dragging his feet too long," he added.”
“Why did Meuer write a book on Soyinka which is his first book at the age of”
“Writers from Jeanette Winterson to the archbishop of Canterbury, Billy Bragg to Wole Soyinka have penned responses to the King James Bible, which was first published 400 years ago.”
“It's my birthday, it's also Downtheaisle, Wole Soyinka, 2 of my god sons, my friend Ayo and my older Friend Sherifat's birthday!”
“Although the full 2011 roster will be announced later, Shared Worlds is pleased to note that Philip K. Dick Award finalist Minister Faust and Nnedi Okorafor, winner of the Wole Soyinka Prize for Literature for her novel Zahrah the Windseeker, have both accepted invitations to attend as visiting writers.”
“Wole Soyinka, a Nobel prize-winning writer, said he would ‘stone’ Obama if he legitimized Nigeria by visiting.”
“She joined the likes of Anthony Ehahoro, Wole Soyinka to say no to the annulment of June 12 election where it was clear that her late husband, Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola (MKO) was the winner.”
“Soyinka says next year's vote is a chance to regain ground lost when the military annulled Nigeria's 1993 election.”
“Soyinka said a recent court ruling paved the way for leaders of the DFPF to officially register and launch the opposition party.”
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