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In the very first poem in the collection, The Fate of Vultures and Other Poems (Malthouse, 1990), which emerges as a programmatic declaration of sorts of his essence as a voice of vision for his society,Ojaide affirms: “I do not cry in...
I In this paper, we examine the rhetorical effect of the use of pronominal forms in Tanure Ojaide’s collection, The Fate of Vultures and Other Poems (1990). Ojaide has been classified into the ‘alter-native tradition’ of Nigerian poetry. This, as Funso...
One of the features of globalization is its tendency to interconnect people economically and culturally. It is also indicative of the shrinking of borders and boundaries in such a way that a deep sense of homogeneity and community can be...
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