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us: Ezenwa-Ohaeto, 1958-2005

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    • us: Ohaeto, Ezenwa, 1958-2005
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    • found: The voice of the night masquerade, 1996: t.p. (Ezenwa Ohaeto) about the auth. (Ezenwa-Ohaeto; Nigerian; poet, short story writer, lit. critic, scholar; Ph. D. in English, U. of Benin; at U. of Bayreuth, Germany)
    • found: LC database, Nov. 3, 1998 (His Chinua Achebe, c1997: Ezenwa-Ohaeto; His I wan bi president, 1988?: Ezenwa-Ohaeto; Making books available and affordable, 1995: Ezenwa-Ohaeto)
    • found: WWW, Nov. 3, 1998 (Int'l dir. of comparatists, Dec. 1997: Ezenwa-Ohaeto, Dept. of English, Anambra State College of Education, Awka, Nigeria; Indiana Univ. Press: Ezenwa-Ohaeto, poet and writer, doctorate from Univ. of Benin, taught at Ahmadu Bello Univ., Anambra State College, and Alvan Ikoku Institute as well as Universities of Mainz and Bayreuth)
    • found: Subject, context and the contours of Nigerian fiction, c2007: t.p. (Ezenwa-Ohaeto) p. 4 of cover (1958-2005; one of Nigeria's most prolific poets and critics; died of cancer in Cambridge, Disting. Research Fellow at the Centre of African Studies)
    • found: Dictionary of African Biography, accessed January 27, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Ezenwa-Ohaeto; poet, biographer, literary scholar; born 31 March 1958 in Ife Ezinihitte, Nigeria; 1971 to 1979, received BA with honors in English from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) and MA in English (1982); was awarded PhD in literature from the University of Benin in Nigeria (1991); was a senior lecturer at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka (1998-2005); visiting professor at Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany (1992-1995), the University of Bayreuth, Germany (1996) and Humboldt University, Berlin (1999-2000)l; had a teaching appointment at Wolfson College in 2004; a Distinguished Research Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge; was awarded a Rockefeller Fellowship at Bellagio's Writers' Village in Italy; a Mellon Fellowship at the University of Texas in Austin; a W. E. B. DuBois Research Institute Fellowship at Harvard University, 2002-2003; a Selwyn College Fellowship at the African Studies Center at Cambridge University in Cambridge, England, 2005; in Nigeria he was celebrated for his contributions in newspaper literary columns and for his pidgin poetry, died 25 October 2005 in Cambridge, England)
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