Buchi Emecheta Quotes

Top 13 wise famous quotes and sayings by Buchi Emecheta

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Buchi Emecheta quotes: A man is never ugly". A man is never ugly".
Buchi Emecheta quotes: I work toward the liberation of women, but I'm not feminist. I'm just a woman. I work toward the liberation of women, but I'm not feminist. I'm just a woman.
Buchi Emecheta quotes: In all my novels, I deal with the many problems and prejudices which exist for Black people in Britain today. In all my novels, I deal with the many problems and prejudices which exist for Black people in Britain today.
Buchi Emecheta quotes: Few things are as bad as a guilty conscience. Few things are as bad as a guilty conscience.
Buchi Emecheta quotes: I came to England in 1962 as a very young bride, in my teens, hoping just to stay two years and go back. I came to England in 1962 as a very young bride, in my teens, hoping just to stay two years and go back.
Buchi Emecheta quotes: I like to be called a Nigerian rather than somebody from the Third World or the developing or whatever. I like to be called a Nigerian rather than somebody from the Third World or the developing or whatever.
Buchi Emecheta quotes: She had gambled with marriage, just like most people, but she had gambled unluckily and had lost. She had gambled with marriage, just like most people, but she had gambled unluckily and had lost.
Buchi Emecheta quotes: A hungry man is an angry one. A hungry man is an angry one.
Buchi Emecheta quotes: The leaves were still on the trees, but were becoming dry, perched like birds ready to fly off. The leaves were still on the trees, but were becoming dry, perched like birds ready to fly off.
Buchi Emecheta quotes: Black women all over the world should re-unite and re-examine the way history has portrayed us. Black women all over the world should re-unite and re-examine the way history has portrayed us.