Immediately Nii Tackie supplies his name, the official concludes that Nii Tackie is truly a Ghanaian. However, Nii Tackie disproves the official’s assumption and hasty conclusion by making reference to the tribal marks on his face.
Your children are not your children./They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself.
“Corpses Have Grown” engages the theme of war. It highlights the brutality of war and the aftereffects of war.
In a typical Soyinkaesque prose narration, Chronicles from the Land of the Happiest People on Earth is ringed around four friends, who driven by youthful dreams and exuberance, commit themselves into a social quartet, the Gong of Four during their studies abroad. They draw a wager on who would first attain national prominence among them.
The figures of speech in the poem that can be found in D. H. Lawrence’s poem, Bat, are simile, repetition, rhetorical question, metaphors, personification and alliteration.
David Herbert Lawrence’s Bat foregrounds the poet persona’s sheerful disdain for bats. He portrays bats as “disgusting old rags” “grinning in their sleep”.
An adjective is a part of speech that qualifies a noun or tells us more about the noun.
Adjectival group (also adjectival phrase) is a word or a group of words that acts like an adjective.
The most discernible and perhaps the most significant dramatic techniques used in the play are flashback, mime or imitation, frame story or story within story, and plot twist.
Massa, till her very last breath, is portrayed as a fighter. She fights to the very end. She is a beacon of optimism.