Ugwanyi Dele Maxwell

Ugwanyi Dele Maxwell
Enugu State University of Science and Technology · General Studies Division ( The Use of English Unit)

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June 2014 - December 2016
Enugu State University of Science and Technology
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Nigerian literature has, over the years, reflected different aspects of the law. Existing studies on the law in Nigerian literary scholarship have focused on morality, crime and punishment, with little attention given to socio-political failings, and representamina (words and actions) which are agents contributing to violations of the law. Hence, t...
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Sevants Past as both notion and practice among postcolonial peoples and cultures of Africa and Asia has been well treated in historical and sociological contexts, scholarship and discourse.
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Internal Memorandom or memo (memoranda plural) which is also referred to as informal memo is a document used for internal communication. It is used for communication within an organization or establishment on the day-to-day running of normal business activities.
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A prose is any form of writing that is not in verse. It is a continuous writing in units of words,sentences, paragraphs and chapters. Prose fiction is a term used to describe a literary work borne out of the author's imagination. Most novels fall under this classification as the author goes out of his way to create literature.
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This paper makes an attempt at investigating the dialectics involved in the polictics of resistance against Imperialism in africa. The paper uses the Ngugi wa Thiong'o's novel, Wizard of the Crow as its textual reference.
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Ecological situations and conditions in the Niger Delta region which are fuelled by the inept activities of the multinational oil companies provided the research basis of this paper.The collaboration of Federal and State Governments with these multinationals has aggravated the conditions to an alarming stage which has brought the people into direct...
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Aesthestics, which is one of the main branches of philosophy, deals with the nature of beauty, art, taste, etc. This also shows how we identify, create and appreciate beauty.
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Ecological situations and conditions in the Niger Delta region which is fuelled by the inept activities of the multinational oil companies provided the research basis of this paper. The collaboration of the Federal and State Governments with these multinationals has aggravated the conditions to an alarming stage which hsa brought the people into di...
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The success of academic pursuit in Nigeria tertiary institutions depends largely on mastery of the English language. The conceptual and analytic modes of teachers and learners of the subject to develop their skills both in oracy and in their ability to communicate effectively.This book came at the right time to help address this need.
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It examines feminist issues that are prevalent in the African Literary discourse. Many writes have on serveral occasion alleged lack of adequate, positive, active and credible roles for women in the male- dominated literary firmament in Africa.
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The contact between Africa and colonialism has provoked the kind of interest which has dominated the thematic trends of African scholars.
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The colonial experiences of most African countries have refused to go after many decades since the colonial masters left.This is result of the myriad of social, political and economic problems still facing the continent.
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The paper re-examines feminist issues that are prevalent in the African literary discourse. Many feminist writes have on serval occasions alleged lack of adequate, positive, active and credible roles in the male-dominated literary space in Africa.
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There are two ways in which we can report a speech. We can quote the quote the exact words of the speaker. This is called direct speech. We can also paraphrase what the speaker has said; this is known as indirect or reported speech.
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It has been estimated that the number of indigenous languages in Nigeria is ranged from 200 to 400 (D.Jowaitt 1991:9,F. Akindele and W. Adegbite 1992).
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The Contact between African and Colonialism has provoked the kind of interest which has dominated the thematic treads of African schools.
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This paper attempts a study of oral literature from early process and examines the various processes it has undergone from the beginning through various developments.
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Aesthetics which is one of the main branches of philosophy deals with the nature of beauty, art, taste, etc. This also shows how we identify, create and appreciate beauty. It could also be regarded scientifically as the study of sensory or sensori-emotional values, sometimes called judgment of sentiment and taste in aesthetic judgement, one has to...
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This paper 'Migration, Disillusionment and Diasperic Experiences in Segun Afolabi's Goodbye Lucille and A Life Elsewhere' centres on the issues that have defined Nigerian migrants abroad. The paper seeks to identify the various regrets that have attended Nigerians' quest for greener pastures abroad. It also focuses on the abandonment syndrome that...
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This paper makes an attempt at investigating the dialectics involved in the politics of resistance against Imperialism in Africa. The paper uses the Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s novel, Wizard of the Crow as its textual reference. It is pertinent to note that many African writers have written on the dialectics that has propelled the continent forward or othe...

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This paper 'Dislocation', Migration and Diasporic Experiences in Segun Afolabi's Goodbye Lucille and a Life Elsewhere' centres on the issues that have defined Nigerian Migrants abroad. The paper seeks to identify the various regrets that have attended Nigeria's quest for greener pastures abroad. This paper also highlights the illusions that have made this move a worthless effort. The various negative tales of the migrants are discussed to validate the assertion that there is no place like home.