Essays

The Contribution of The Autobiography of Malcolm X to the African-American Literature

Sello Duiker’s The Hidden Star: An Epitome of The Novel in Africa

The Notion of Self-Identity in Caryl Phillips’ The Final Passage

Oracular Truth and Human Freedom in Fred Abgeyegbe’s The King Must Dance Naked

The Radical Departures in the Medieval Drama from the Drama of the Classical Age

An Afrocentric Theory of Negritude Poetry

Twentieth Century Literature: Literature of Experiment, Ideology and Philosophy

Diatribes against Impunity – A Critical Review of General without War by Idris Amali

Portraiture of the Nigerian Conundrum in Ola Rotimi’s The Gods are not to Blame

The Concept of Freedom and its Ethical Consequences on the Society

Issues and Problems Associated in Ethics as Institution of Social Control

The Inter-Relationships of Time and Memory in Selected Poems

Tempers and Concerns of Conrad’s Heart of Darkness towards Africa in the Modernist Period

Stylistics Concepts of Dualism and Monism in Comparative Perspective

How Traditional Culture Contributes to the Success of European Rule in Things Fall Apart

How the Fiction of D. H. Lawrence Set the Tone for 20th Century English Values

How Stylistics is Relevant to Literature

How Modern African Poets React to the Issue of Governance in Selected Works from Modern African Poetry

How Language is Used in The Trial of Dedan Kimathi

How History is Used in Ngugi Wa Thiong’o and Micere’s The Trial of Dedan Kimathi

How Ama Ata Aidoo Contributes to the Development Modern African Drama in The Dilemma Of A Ghost

Gender and the Nigerian Home Movies: A Case Study of “Price of Crime” and “Kop Nɔ Mi”

Features of Renaissance Period in Sir Thomas Wyatt

Features of Neoclassical Period in “A Modest Proposal” by Jonathan Swift

Features of Neoclassical Age in Jonathan Swift’s “An Argument against Abolishing Christianity”