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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STUDIES IN EDUCATION (IJOSE); ENSURING QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL IN ADMINISTERING ENGLISH LANGUAGE EXAMINATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

By Habiba Oma Alhassan

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STUDIES IN EDUCATION (IJOSE); ENSURING QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL IN ADMINISTERING ENGLISH LANGUAGE EXAMINATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Published: 06/01/2017

Tags: language, examination quality assurance, quality control.

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Issues of Globalization in Contemporary Feminist African Fiction

By Kemi Wale-olaitan

Issues of Globalization in Contemporary Feminist African Fiction

Published: 01/07/2015

Tags: African literature, contemporary, feminism, gender oppression, globalization

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Griotization and (Re)Structuring of the African Novel: Form, Technique and Style in Achebe’s Creative Works

By Uwa, John Olatunde

Griotization and (Re)Structuring of the African Novel: Form, Technique and Style in Achebe’s Creative Works

Published: 01/11/2014

Tags: AN AFRICAN JOURNAL OF NEW WRITING NUMBER 52, 01 NOVEMBER 2014

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Lexical Innovation in Nigerian Novels: A Critical Discourse Investigation

By Joseph A. Ushie, and Romanus Aboh

Lexical Innovation in Nigerian Novels: A Critical Discourse Investigation

Published: 01/07/2014

Tags: military dictatorship, lexical innovation, democracy, historical reconstruction

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IDIOSYNCRATIC GRAMMAR: THE VERB PHRASE IN THE LANGUAGE OF CHIEF ZEBRUDAYA OF THE MASQURADE

By Diri I. Teilanyo

IDIOSYNCRATIC GRAMMAR: THE VERB PHRASE IN THE LANGUAGE OF CHIEF ZEBRUDAYA OF THE MASQURADE

Published: 01/11/2014

Tags: IDIOSYNCRATIC GRAMMAR: THE VERB PHRASE IN THE LANGUAGE OF CHIEF ZEBRUDAYA OF THE MASQURADE

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Rites of Self-Rebirth and the Palaver of Tears: Achebe's Cultural Novels and the Attitude of the West towards Africa on Global Justice*

By Senayon Olaoluwa

Rites of Self-Rebirth and the Palaver of Tears: Achebe's Cultural Novels and the Attitude of the West towards Africa on Global Justice*

Published: 01/11/2014

Tags: AN AFRICAN JOURNAL OF NEW WRITING NUMBER 52, 01 NOVEMBER 2014

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The Ironic Aesthetic in Chinua Achebe’s Arrow of God

By Romanus Egudu

The Ironic Aesthetic in Chinua Achebe’s Arrow of God

Published: 01/11/2014

Tags: AN AFRICAN JOURNAL OF NEW WRITING NUMBER 52, 01 NOVEMBER 2014

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‘When Brothers Fight to Death’: Internal Conflicts and the Tragic Resolution of Arrow of God

By Remy Oriaku

‘When Brothers Fight to Death’: Internal Conflicts and the Tragic Resolution of Arrow of God

Published: 01/11/2014

Tags: AN AFRICAN JOURNAL OF NEW WRITING NUMBER 52, 01 NOVEMBER 2014

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Re-Evincing Part of Sisyphus’ Dilemma in PostApartheid South Africa: The Example of J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace

By Psalms Chinaka

Re-Evincing Part of Sisyphus’ Dilemma in PostApartheid South Africa: The Example of J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace

Published: 01/07/2015

Tags: disillusionment, violence, bad leadership, white hegemony, supremacist ideology, self-aggrandisement

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CHINUA ACHEBE’S APHORISTIC BIOGRAPHY: ANOTHER ROAD TAKEN ON THE PATH OF CRITICISM

By Chibueze Prince Orie

CHINUA ACHEBE’S APHORISTIC BIOGRAPHY: ANOTHER ROAD TAKEN ON THE PATH OF CRITICISM

Published: 01/07/2014

Tags: Biographical projects… are supposed to provide blueprints to individuals on what society, as a progressive and development-oriented institution expects from them, and of course, how to go about developing the attitude that is needed to fulfill such responsibilities. They should provide society with alternative role models, on whom lives of influence (not necessarily affluence) would be shaped. This is certainly why the Christian Holy Bible and the Muslim Holy Koran are nothing else but biographies, life stories of individuals that these faiths present to their followers as examples, and expect these faithfuls to aspire to the form, status and accomplishments of the biographees.

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The Representation of the Rough Beast in Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus

By Barr. Dr. F.o. Orabueze

The Representation of the Rough Beast in Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus

Published: 01/07/2014

Tags: The Representation of the Rough Beast in Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus

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Achebe’s Arrow of God, the Anti-Promethean Figure and Lukács’s Sociological Approach to Tragedy

By Onyemuche Anele Ejesu

Achebe’s Arrow of God, the Anti-Promethean Figure and Lukács’s Sociological Approach to Tragedy

Published: 01/11/2014

Tags: The Promethean Ezeulu, The Anti-Promethean Ezeulu and the Issue of Change in Arrow of God

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The Influence of Negritude Movement on Modern African Literature and Writers: A Study of Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart and Elechi Amadi’s The Concubine

By Alexander A. Onwumere, and Florence Egbulonu

The Influence of Negritude Movement on Modern African Literature and Writers: A Study of Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart and Elechi Amadi’s The Concubine

Published: 01/07/2014

Tags: negritude, influence, modern, African and literature

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Discourse Patterning in Chinua Achebe’s Anthills of the Savannah and Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49

By Dr Chibuzo Onunkwo, and T.m.e. Chukwumezie

Discourse Patterning in Chinua Achebe’s Anthills of the Savannah and Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49

Published: 01/07/2014

Tags: Criticism of the Texts. Discourse Patterning in Chinua Achebe’s Anthills of the Savannah and Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49

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AN AFRICAN JOURNAL OF NEW WRITING NUMBER 53, 01 JULY 2015 ISSN 0331-0566

By Chinua Achebe

AN AFRICAN JOURNAL OF NEW WRITING NUMBER 53, 01 JULY 2015 ISSN 0331-0566

Published: 01/01/2012

Tags: A Review of A. N. Akwanya’s Visitant on Tiptoe and Other Poems, Kraft Books: 2012

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