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  • 1. CONFLICT BETWEEN TRADITIONAL AND WESTERN CULTURE

    » ABSTRACT Conflict is a disagreement or clash between people, ideas; or in the case of our study, cultures. Therefore, culture becomes a unique and sentimental phenomenon that is not only cherished but also protected dearly by an individual as well. Thus, a literature has become the means through which cultural sentiments are projected and expressed. For a long time, Africans in particular, have be...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  18 engagements | 

  • 2. AFRICANISM: THEME, AND TECHNIQUE IN AMOS TUTUOLA’S THE PALMWINE DRINKARD

    » ABSTRACT This project work deals with a critical evaluation of Africanism in relation to theme and techniques of Amos Tutuola’s novel – THE PALMWINE DRINKARD. This study tends to examine the important of African culture and promotion of its cultural heritage which was bastardized by the colonial masters during colonization. In the course of this essay, chapter one will deals with intro...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  -1 engagements | 

  • 3. GENDER DISCOURSE IN THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY

    » ABSTRACT Genderism, an apt neologism for gender equilibrium in literary discourse and creativity is a sequel to feminism following the emergence of gender studies in the last quarter of the twentieth century. Since 1975 – declared by the United Nations as the international women’s year, there has been an uprising in the global ferment of female activism which through all fields of huma...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  16 engagements | 

  • 4. IMAGES OF SOCIAL VICES IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIAN POETRY

    » ABSTRACT As a result of social vices in our immediate environments this research work aims at bringing out how contemporary writers have reacted to the bad happening in the society, especially using Denja Abdullahi’s Mairogo and Jide Balogun’s The Desert in the river using sociological theory to investigate social vice that were present in the two texts and it is discovered that poetry...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  12 engagements | 

  • 5. RACISM AND OPPRESSION IN BLACK AMERICAN LITERATURE: AN EXAMPLE OF RICHARD WRIGHT...

    » ABSTRACT It is known fact that racism and oppression are one of the major issues in Black American literature. This study will attempt to make readers realize these themes in Richard Wright’s Black Boy by analyzing the concept of racial segregation of Black in America. We will examine the historical perspective of Black writing narrative and the effects of racism and oppression, which includ...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  11 engagements | 

  • 6. LANGUAGE USE AND STYLE, AS A DEPICTION OF AFRICAN LITERATURE: AN EXAMPLE OF WOLE...

    » ABSTRACT The continued domination of English language in the African world especially in the literary field has caused various doubts on what could be termed the African literature. Therefore, purpose of this research is to identify, how African writers have used language and style of writing to depict their continental identity in works of art. Researches have established that the some parts of A...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  12 engagements | 

  • 7. LEXIS-SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF VIEWPOINT COLUMN OF PUNCH NEWSPAPER

    » ABSTRACT Facts have been established by researchers and they justify that the English used in Nigeria is a variation of the British English (BE) and not a deviation from the norms of BE. This is an attempt to investigate the extent to which Nigerian columnists use the lexico semantic features of Nigerian English for their reportings. This work has adopted the lexico semantic variation of Nigerian ...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  12 engagements | 

  • 8. SATIRE AND SOCIAL MEDIATION IN WOLE SOYINKA’S: A CASE STUDY OF THE TRIALS OF B...

    » ABSTRACT This research endeavour focuses on the social and political ills prevalent in the African societies with the view of correcting them thus, making the contemporary society a better place to live. Using two texts from renowned Nigeria writer, we see the economic, social and political evils which morally degrade our society and the community at last. These evils are being satirized to bring ...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  10 engagements | 

  • 9. SYMBOLS AND IMAGES AS POETIC TECHNIQUES IN SOUTH AFRICAN POETRY, THE EXAMPLE OF ...

    » Abstract This study examines the use of symbols and images as poetic techniques in South African poetic writing. The poems seek to address the issues of sociopolitical injustice, apartheid, oppression and man’s inhumanity to man in the society, a kind of counter – attacking the apartheid system of the South African society, which allows for inequalities and abject poverty of a section ...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  13 engagements | 

  • 10. THE EXPERIENCE OF AFRICANS IN DIASPORA USING TEJU

    » ABSTRACT African Diasporic writers have written on the experiences and social dilemma faced in their homeland and in the foreign land. It is thus against this background that this research work is based. Thus the major intention of this essay is to highlight the homeland issues and experiences of Diaspora and attendants vices that have been the major preoccupation of Teju Cole and Chimamanda Ngozi...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  10 engagements | 

  • 11. THE BEATIFICATION OF AREA BOY: A LAGOSIAN KALEIDOSCOPE AND OLU OBAFEMI’S SCAPE...

    » ABSTRACT A persisting tendency in African Drama has remained a careful evaluation and a critical analysis of the African society for the purpose of heralding the cultural virtues and attacking the vices prevalent in the African society for a general social transformation. Drama has been defined as the mimesis of life on stage before a given audience and a replication of the human society on stage....Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  10 engagements | 

  • 12. THEMES AND IMAGERY IN SELECTED ROMANTIC POEMS

    » ABSTRACT This study is set out to analyze the themes and use of imagery of the Romantic period in William Wordsworth’s “The World Is Too Much With Us” and “I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud” and William Blake’s “London” and “The Garden of Love”. The purpose is to enlighten readers on the need for the return of man back to nature as the means f...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  9 engagements | 

  • 13. COORDINATING AND SUBORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS IN UDA.

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY: UDA PEOPLE/LANGUAGE According to Williamson and Blench (2000), Uda is a language of the lower cross sub – group of the New Benue Congo family. The people of Uda occupy the area called Uda in the riverine area of Mbo Local government area of Akwa Ibom State. They are believed to belong to one of the earliest immigrants of Otong, being the ance...Continue Reading »

    78 pages |  13 engagements | 

  • 14. COINAGES IN NIGERIA ENGLISH: A SOCIOLINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVE

    » Abstract Nigerian English coinages have been widely investigated in different literatures ranging from studies in Sociolinguistics, Semantics, Pragmatics, and Syntax to Metaphors and Cognitive linguistic studies. This present paper is a re visitation of the Nigerian English lexicon, taking cue from the lexicographic efforts of Igboanusi (2002). We have sociolinguistically x rayed some common usage...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  28 engagements | 

  • 15. CONFLICTS AND CAUSES OF CONFLICTS IN AFRICA

    » INTRODUCTION Conflict can be defined as a clash or disagreement often violent between opposing groups or individuals. It can also be said to be an incompatibility, as of two things that cannot be simultaneously fulfilled. The word conflict is as old as mankind. This is because the word has been in existence in all area of man life since the inception of the world. The word conflict is derived from...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  27 engagements | 

  • 16. DISCOURSE AND COMMUNICATION: A COMPARATIVE STUDY

    » ABSTRACT Discourse and communication are two interrelated concepts, intricately interwoven and grossly assumed as overtly synonymous. This study therefore, attempts to demystify these concepts and also aim to unearth the intricate relationship that exists between them .In this regard, the study discussed in detail the theoretical frameworks of discourse and communication and consequently establish...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  28 engagements | 

  • 17. DISCOURSE, STYLISTICS AND PRAGMATIC: A STUDY OF CONVERGENCE

    » Abstract Discourse, stylistics and pragmatics are sub fields of linguistics that have attained independent statuses in the arts. With the seeming differences between these fields, there exist a lot of relationships that connect the three areas of study together. This study is an attempt to examine the similarities in relationships between discourse, pragmatics and stylistics in their interpretatio...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  37 engagements | 

  • 18. FEMINIST CRITICISMS OF SOME SELECTED FEMINIST WORKS

    » INTRODUCTION There are view shared by all feminists is that women are discriminated against on account of their sex. Feminists stress the relevant of gender segregation in society and it present these segregation as working to the overall advantage of men. Although feminists are united with their shared desire for sexual justice and their concern for women’s welfare, there is a range spectru...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  27 engagements | 

  • 19. FEMINISM: AN EXAMINATION OF ZULU SOFOLA'S SWEET TRAP AND OLA ROTIMI'S OUR HAS GO...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Feminism has continued to dominate the temporary literary discourse as african societies are becoming increasingly of the urgent necessity t o liberate and fully exploits the potential of women to enhance peaceful co exisence and socoi economic development .as an introductory chapter the focus here is to provide the background to the study, outline the problem as well ...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  33 engagements | 

  • 20. THE LINGUISTIC FEATURES OF NIGERIAN ENGLISH AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR 21ST CENT...

    » Abstract Like its users, one important feature of language is its dynamism. Thus, language adapts to situational constraints as its users vary across regional/geographical, social, educational, occupational, etc. domains. English is such a typical language that, as a result of vast geographical distribution, has often assumed the peculiarities of different societies that use it informing the notio...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  41 engagements | 

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