Beginning from the point of view of symbolism, “bird” is a natural symbol of freedom—quite a birth right. This kind of freedom is intrinsic
The first point of convergence between these two characters is their colour and social status in the American society. Both Bessie and Mrs Thomas are black and because they are black, they are poor.
In a nutshell, the relationship between Nii Kpakpo and Maa Tsuru is exploitive. Maa Tsuru is weak and wants security in Nii Kpakpo
Yaremi is a strong woman from Adeyipo village, married to Ajumobi, a man from Kufi village with whom she lives in Kufi.
In Lonely Days by Bayo Adebowale, Alani is the only son of Yaremi and Ajumobi. He works in the city of Ibadan as a carpenter where he has prospered in his own little way.
The underlying figurative implication of the poet expression and description of the bird, ‘bat’, strikes the reader as a discourse with a contemptuous note.
In Let Me Die Alone, the system the society is run by is designed for and by men. Senehun is a male-dominated society.
Gbanya is a remarkable character in John Kolosa Kargbo’s Let Me Die Alone. He is the chief of Senehun Village before the ascension of Yoko to the same throne.
Adah is the main character in Second Class Citizen. The novel is in fact her story from childhood to adulthood in a gender-biased society.
Lawyer Nweze, an epitome of foreign-bred educated Igbo elite, gives Adah, the novel’s protagonist heroine, a dream to hold on to and a life course to follow.
The apparent idea that runs through Agostinho Neto’s poem “The Grieved Lands of Africa” bears on two polar realities.
Both Mama Orojo and Ibuk are very good friends. There is a level of trust found in good friendship between these two.
Osundare first addresses the issues of bad leadership, leadership ineptitude, and gross misgovernance which have become the rallying cries for many short-changed African followers.
It is absolutely correct to say that there are two protagonists in Alex Agyei-Agyiri’s Unexpected Joy at Dawn. The two protagonists in the text are Nii Tackie and Mama Orojo.