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Mother Supremacy Motif in Chinua Achebe’s Novels: Empowering Women to propel Education through Religion
(SAUT multi-disciplinary journal of education, 2019-11)
There has been an intense debate with regards to Chinua Achebe’s (mis)representation of women in his creative works, especially his early novels. This point of view has been augmented by feminists who posit that the belief ...
Female Assertion as an Antidote to Male Dominance: Mother Archetypes in Achebe’s Novels—Things Fall Apart, No Longer at Ease, and A Man of the People
(Editon Consortium Publishing, 2019-04)
There has been an intense debate with regards to Chinua Achebe’s (mis)representation of women in his creative works, especially his first four novels. Some scholars have argued that Achebe is a patriarchal writer who has ...
Towards Afrocentricism in Africa: Is Afro – Language an Antidote to Africans’ Double - Consciousness?
(Journal of Education and Social Sciences, 2020)
Commonwealth countries were forced to adopt English as language to use in most if not all government engagements with its citizen. This has, together with economic status of its native speakers, propelled it to the status ...