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ISBN13: 9780435912048
ISBN10: 0435912046
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When a baby girl is abandoned at birth, Reverend Arlington and his wife Ginny are only too happy to adopt her. The media cover this moving story, and a Nigerian woman living in England takes more than a passing interest in the Arlingtons. She decides that they world provide the right Christian home for her own baby, Chester. Shortly afterwards, Chester is delivered to social services with a letter explaining that the Arlingtons should be his new parents. So young Chester enters the vicarage of the sleepy seaside village of St Simon. He is the only black child for miles around.

The New Tribe tells the story of Chester's long search for his true identity, and the challenges he faces as a black child in a white family.

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This book tells the story of Chester - his long search for his true identity, and the challenges he faces as a black child in a white family.

About the Author

Buchi Emecheta was born in Nigeria and came to England in 1962. Her novels include In the Ditch, The Joys of Motherhood, Kehinde, Head Above Water, and Gwendolen.

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clementine, January 15, 2007 (view all comments by clementine)
Thanks for allowing me comment on the tittle "the new tribe".
Just by seeing this tittle it tell in a way that there is something old and new in it. It also tells us that it is about Africa because usually africans talk about tribes. But there something not really clear in the tittle is the new tribe the combination of the 2 societies or is it only this little black girl?
I like this ambiguity because it gives the need to know more about the book
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Product Details

ISBN:
9780435912048
Author:
Emecheta, Buchi
Publisher:
Heinemann
Author:
Emecheta
Location:
Oxford England
Subject:
General
Subject:
England
Subject:
Clergy
Subject:
Adopted children
Subject:
Nigeria
Subject:
Interracial adoption
Subject:
Domestic fiction
Subject:
Nigerians.
Series:
African writers series
Series Volume:
98/492
Publication Date:
20001229
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
144
Dimensions:
7.82x5.10x.41 in. .30 lbs.

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