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Corruption and Violence in Iyayis Violence and Achebes A Man of the People

Corruption and Violence in Iyayis Violence and Achebes A Man of the People

CORRUPTION AND VIOLENCE IN IYAYIS VIOLENCE AND ACHEBES A MAN OF THE PEOPLE   ABSTRACT This research work examines corruption and violence in Achebe’s Man of the People and Iyayi’s Violence. According to these two authors, the leaders had abused their political position to enrich themselves. Achebe shows the stateless, corrupt and uncultured minister of […]

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Political and Socio-Cultural Conflict in Chinua Achebes Anthills of the Savannah and a Man of the People

Political and Socio-Cultural Conflict in Chinua Achebes Anthills of the Savannah and a Man of the People

POLITICAL AND SOCIO-CULTURAL CONFLICT IN CHINUA ACHEBE’S ANTHILLS OF THE SAVANNAH AND A MAN OF THE PEOPLE ABSTRACT This research work is concerned on political and socio-cultural conflicts in Chinua Achebe’s Anthills of the Savannah and A man of the People. From the two selected novels under investigation, the study has revealed that the political

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Cultural Affirmation in Chinua Achebes Things Fall Apart and Arrow of God

Cultural Affirmation in Chinua Achebes Things Fall Apart and Arrow of God

CULTURAL AFFIRMATION IN CHINUA ACHEBES THINGS FALL APART AND ARROW OF GOD   ABSTRACT This research work was on cultural affirmation in Chinua Achebes’ Things Fall Apart and Arrow of God. With reference to the analysis of the two novels, the study has shown that Achebe’s novels dramatize African cultural conflicts during the colonial rule

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The Themes of Exploitation and Disillusionment in Ngugi Weep Not Child and Petals of Blood

The Themes of Exploitation and Disillusionment in Ngugi Weep Not Child and Petals of Blood

THE THEMES OF EXPLOITATION AND DISILLUSIONMENT IN NGUGI WEEP NOT CHILD AND PETALS OF BLOOD   ABSTRACT The study examined the themes of exploitation and disillusionment in Ngugi’s Weep Not Child and Petals of Blood. From the analysis of the two selected plays under investigation, the study has shown that over the years, the poor

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