Lencer Achieng’ Ndede

Lencer Achieng’ Ndede
Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology | MMUST · Program in Language and Literature Education

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This paper, from an Afro-centric point of view and post-colonial literary criticism, attempts a definition of African Literature with a view to interrogate ‗‗African Literature and the Language Question''. It further critiques scholars who have raised concerns on the language of African literature. The question guiding the study is-What is African...
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This paper, analyses the impact digital technology has had on oral narratives. It argues that modern technology has presented the world with film as one of the variations through which oral narratives can be accessed. The paper is based on the hypothesis that the digital technology has modified the oral narratives by providing the complexity of vis...
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This paper examines the image of women emanating from the Luo dirges and their implications in gender relations. It identifies the expressions and idioms used in Luo dirges, describe the gender biased expressions in these linguistic items and show how the terms both reflect and structure power relations between the females and males in the said com...
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Films are important sites to access materials about a community's history and heritage. This paper, from an Afrocentric point of view and guided by post-colonial literary criticism, interrogates the two films; Nairobi Half Life and The Kitchen Toto with a view to establish the extent to which filmic representations can reflect the society. It looks...
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Films are important sites to access materials about a community's history and heritage. This paper, from an Afrocentric point of view and guided by post-colonial literary criticism, interrogates the two films; Nairobi Half Life and The Kitchen Toto with a view to establish the extent to which filmic representations can reflect the society. It looks...

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