Hi, I’m Ridwan, a literary enthusiast, passionate about teaching, languages, and creative writing. I am one of your literary guides in this journey of literary criticism. You are welcome. Thanks for visiting!
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From the blog
- Content Analysis of Niyi Osundare’s “Inu Rere”
- Chapter 1 Summary of Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart”
- Q & A: How is freedom ironic in Maya Angelou’s “Caged Bird”?
- Thematic Analysis of Alexander Pope’s “The Rape of the Lock”
- Themes in Dele Charley’s “The Blood of a Stranger”
Posting new analyses every week
About Literature PADI
Literature PADI started out as an online resource for SSCE literature analyses. The blog is tailored to provide qualitative analyses of literature texts recommended for WAEC, NECO, JAMB, NABTEB and their equivalents.
To navigate through the blog, there is the category section both at the sidebar and the footer columns. There is also the list of 2021-2025 Recommended Texts to guide the readers through. Enjoy as you wade through this estuary of knowledge!
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