Books in English and Literary Studies

Review of Toads by Philip Larkin (An Assignment)

The poet phillip Larkin was a poet who was initially despised by his fellows , he was accused of being a misogynist and his ideas were deemed obsolete and dry. Normally his poems propagated death and macabre. He despised the metamorphoses of his age he disliked many of his fellows living in that age. His poetry was full of dreariness sadness dullness, always leading a quest of survival and also ho to search for meaningful life. Larkin was more similar tan Samuel becket , but beckets opinion i...

Sub Altern ethics - power point

In postcolonial theory, the term subaltern describes the lower social classes and the Other social groups displaced to the margins of a society; in an imperial colony, a subaltern is a native man or woman without human agency, as defined by his and her social status.

Effective Reading and Writing Tips

The attainment of mastery in reading and writing skills, for effective comprehension and communication, is the pinnacle of excellence, in any academic field and career pursuit.In view of the above, this book is carefully written to help readers and writers, students and teachers, to actualize this noble aspiration and improve upon their educational craft and professional skills.In it you will learn the followings:• How to Read Fluently• How to Distinguish Facts from Opinions• Tips For E...

The Broken shackles

broken shackles is an intriguing fiction which outlines the greed, envy among leaders and how that can lead to problems economically in a community, and also the adverse effect of war and the beauty of good child upbringing. it shows that in life God is hope and no situation is permanent .

WITHIN THE FEMININE WALL IN A PATRIARCHAL SPHERE - Review of Yejide Kilanko's Debut Novel ;Daughters Who Walk This Path

Daughters Who Walk This PathBy Yejide KilankoKachifo LimitedReviewed by Oke Adebola.Yejide’s debut novel, Daughters Who Walk This Path, is a feminine exploration of the socio-cultural parlance of Nigeria, in other words, it is a book for the women, by a woman and about the women – evident in the predominance of female characters and issues therein presented. It is a story that relates the trials and ordeals of womanhood and its attainment.  A reflection of the intricacies of the femi...