Tuesday, August 20, 2019
The price for speaking up is high: the towncrier often has the hangman’s noose very close to his or her throat; but the cost of silence would be even higher – Niyi Osundare I must thank the organisers of this lecture...
1.0     Introduction In an interview with this writer some time in 1993, the Nigerian poet, Niyi Osundare, while responding to the issue of conscious style in his poetry, remarked as follows:  I am not a painter, but I am a connoisseur of...
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...
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