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Faceless begins in a slum cynically christened Sodom and Gomorrah  with 14-year-old Fofo narrowly escaping rape by Poison, a Street Lord and local thug.  She flees to her friend Odarley where we learn that Poison controls even the shared toilets and that Fofo is constipated because all she’s had to eat is bread.  The scene then shifts abruptly to the middle-class life of Kabria, a good-hearted researcher for MUTE, an NGO which is a repository for alternate stories not found in books. Kabria is harassed by her demanding children and a bone-idle husband who expects his wife to wait on him even though she is in full time work as well. (Gender relations has been a theme in many of the recent African novels I’ve read).

(5)
Bigger Thomas, the protagonist of Native Son, by Richard Wright, expresses the role of a poor, uneducated black man. Bigger lived in a time where racism was very common in the society. Wright shows us through him, how bad the situation was. Due to his lack of education, Bigger had to work menial labor. Thus, he was forced to live in a one room apartment with his family. He felt trapped all his life, resenting, hating, and fearing the whites, whom he felt controlled his life. He views white people as a collective, overpowering force that tells him where to live, where to work, and what to do. The main focus of Wright?s novel is to show the effects of racism on one?s mind. Bigger has lived a life defined by the fear and anger he feels toward whites for as long as he can remember. Perhaps that is what leads him to do the crimes that he does.
Bigger develops the main action of the book when he kills Mary Dalton. In fact, it makes him feel as though his life actually has a meaning. He feels as if he has thereato assert himself against the whites. Wright does not try to show Bigger as a hero, because of his brutality and capacity for violence which is extremely disturbing, especially in the scene where he shoves Mary Dalton?s dead body in to the burning furnace in order to hide it. Wright?s main point is that Bigger becomes a brutal killer just because the dominant white culture fears that he will. By fearing whites, Bigger only contributes to the cycle of racism and fuels it even more. However, after meeting Max, he begins to redeem himself, actually recognizing whites as individuals for the first time in his life.
But the social injustice does not end there, after killing Mary Dalton, Bigger goes to Bessie, his girlfriend and tells her everything. Recognizing that Bessie might tell anyone, Bigger kills her too and is than arrested by the police. There, the injustice takes place. When Bigger was arrested, and
jailed, he received constant harassment. He only faced two choices, either to confess, or be lynched by the white crowed. Bigger knew deep down, that he was going to die anyhow. But Max, his lawyer, reminded him that he could still win the case and be free. Another example of the injustice is that when Bigger was eventually caught, the pubic and the media press automatically determine that he is guilty of not only killing Mary, but also rapping her before killing her.

*LITERATURE – ANSWERS*

( 3 )
Alani . Beginning this tale at merely eight years old, her style has matured over the years while her message remained strong . ” A Place Where We All Belong ” offers a rare glimpse into the workings of a child ‘ s idealistic mind .
the areas of conservation of natural resources , fairness, the value of diversity of thought and ability through her fable. Lions , leopards, and other wild cats are used to illustrate the importance of friendship , recognizing injustice , and the need for unity when attempting to change the status quo. As the story progresses, a more subtle lesson emerges that shows that the differences separating you from your enemies are less significant than you may initially believe.
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No. 4
ANSWER:-
We all know how painful it is to part with something of huge value. Waking up one calm morning to realise that one’s lovely kitten or cat is dead; leaves the heart with some particles of sorrow not to mention the death of a loved one.

The sorrow and loneliness that come with bereavement is found paramount in the novel “Lonely Days” by Bayo Adebowale. A novel that discussed widowhood and it associated plights within African society (Nigeria as a case study). Yaremi among other widows suffered humiliation, intimidation and loneliness after the lost of her husband, Ajumobi.

With the help of a well chosen narrative styles; Bayo Adebowale drove his message into the heart of the readers. The author embraced such elements as climactic plot, dialect, omniscient narration, flashback, songs and poetry.

1. Climactic Plot: The events in Lonely Days flowed from beginning to end. It started with Yaremi lost her husband (Ajumobi) the widows’ humiliation followed then came the attempt of forceful second marriage to the final treat of the village elders to chase Yaremi out of Kufi village for violating the village’s traditional widowhood injunction.

2. Dialect: The Yoruba dialect is found at many unexpected lines of the novel’s narration. Few examples are iloro, amala, kijipa, arere, owurubutu, Sokoti, hua-hua-hua, ipele, labankada, Ayan-Agalu, etc. The purpose is to support the main setting of the novel which is Kufi (a symbolism for African cultural society).

3. Omniscient Narration: Bayo Adebowale placed narration of Lonely Days in the mouth of an unknown entity, such entity saw the in and out of all events_ both physical and those happening in the minds of characters. The narrator saw when the shooting stars fell of the sky and also saw Woye making decorations off the village junks.

4. Flashback: This is a technique of bringing past events into the present. It mostly adds beauty and information to any story. Deyo told Alani how Ajumobi and himself used to hoot at each other in their various farms; in preparedness to go home. Woye also got to know about Yaremi’s childhood experience through the writer’s use of flashback.

5. Songs and Poetry: These other genres of literature are employed into the plot of Lonely Days. There are many instances of song in the novel. At a point, Radeke sang a traditional widow’s song:
“If heaven was like going to the market in the morning
And returning home in the evening
I would have followed my husband
And run errands for him…”

(5)
Bigger Thomas, the protagonist of Native Son, by Richard Wright, expresses the role of a poor, uneducated black man. Bigger lived in a time where racism was very common in the society. Wright shows us through him, how bad the situation was. Due to his lack of education, Bigger had to work menial labor. Thus, he was forced to live in a one room apartment with his family. He felt trapped all his life, resenting, hating, and fearing the whites, whom he felt controlled his life. He views white people as a collective, overpowering force that tells him where to live, where to work, and what to do. The main focus of Wright?s novel is to show the effects of racism on one?s mind. Bigger has lived a life defined by the fear and anger he feels toward whites for as long as he can remember. Perhaps that is what leads him to do the crimes that he does.
Bigger develops the main action of the book when he kills Mary Dalton. In fact, it makes him feel as though his life actually has a meaning. He feels as if he has thereato assert himself against the whites. Wright does not try to show Bigger as a hero, because of his brutality and capacity for violence which is extremely disturbing, especially in the scene where he shoves Mary Dalton?s dead body in to the burning furnace in order to hide it. Wright?s main point is that Bigger becomes a brutal killer just because the dominant white culture fears that he will. By fearing whites, Bigger only contributes to the cycle of racism and fuels it even more. However, after meeting Max, he begins to redeem himself, actually recognizing whites as individuals for the first time in his life.
But the social injustice does not end there, after killing Mary Dalton, Bigger goes to Bessie, his girlfriend and tells her everything. Recognizing that Bessie might tell anyone, Bigger kills her too and is than arrested by the police. There, the injustice takes place. When Bigger was arrested, and
jailed, he received constant harassment. He only faced two choices, either to confess, or be lynched by the white crowed. Bigger knew deep down, that he was going to die anyhow. But Max, his lawyer, reminded him that he could still win the case and be free. Another example of the injustice is that when Bigger was eventually caught, the pubic and the media press automatically determine that he is guilty of not only killing Mary, but also rapping her before killing her.

(6)
From the conversation between Bigger Thomas and Gusiffer at the entrance of the pool room, i learned about black life as being that of depressive, intolerable and suppresive. In Chicago 1930 Black Americans dominated its territory under which premises they aboard are aimed by the white themselves.There is total amount of discriminatory act from the white people towards the black. Gussifer being a white man and Bigger Thomas being a black man are best of friends.Their relationship sometimes dwells into trouble wherever they experience bitter quarrel between themselves. Each time they quarrel races chants and discriminatory statement are proclaimed. From the pool room there was a huge blast between them regarding the secrets plotting of robbing a white man’s wealth. The plan to rob a whiteman’s wealth was propounded by Bigger Thomas and ignored by Gussifer. Gussifer snub the plan to rob the whiteman’s wealth which was idealised by by Bigger Thomas. Gussifer doesn’t agree and Bigger had to beat him up terrorizes him and make racial comments towards him.He claimed that Gussifer snub the plan simply because of the fact that he is a white man.

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Hippolita — the wife of Manfred and the mother of Conrad and Matilda . After having lost her son , she is left with just Matilda to combat the tyrannical turn of mind that her husband displays. Manfred intends to divorce her due to her sterility and on the grounds that their marriage is in fact false because they are actually related. Faced with the threat of divorce , Hippolita is mournful yet submissive to the wills of her husband . She acts as a sort of enabler to her husband , putting aside her morals and happiness so that her husband can get what
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