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Writing Freedom: The Art of Contesting Incarceration
(African Journals Online, 2011)
Human existence and interaction is essentially characterized by a contest between individuals who at times have diametrically opposed social, political, and economic ideals. Due to the forceful nature of our idiosyncrasies, ...
Mirroring the Subtext: Postmodernism in Ngugi wa Thiongo's Wizard of the Crow
(Journal of Language, Technology and Entrepreneurship in Africa, 2007)
This reading of Ngugi wa Thiong'o's Wizard of the Crow attempts to place the text in the postmodern writing tradition. We point out how surrealistic features are utilized to enhance the themes, style, and the author's ...
Exploring the motifs of death and immortality
(Journal of Language, Technology & Entrepreneurship in Africa, 2009)
Felt threatened by the eventuality of death, inculcating in them a fear so great that all possible strategies are engaged in the search for an avenue that would prepare them for this eventuality. A careful exploration ...