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Thursday, 30th April, 2015:
Literature 3(Drama & Poetry) ———- 2.00pm – 4.30pm
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(1)
The blinkards originates during the colonial period during the time in which the urge to become more Europeanized than the Europeans dawned on educated Africans who had traveled abroad in search of the proverbial greener pastures. As they returned, they look at African culture as been orthodox, archaic, and outdated.
This their attitude leads to a kind of socio – cultural crises, leading to most people imitating English way of life, thought, feeling, attitude, phonetics, religion and culture.
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(7)
It is indeed n irony that jack, whom Lady Bracknel despises becos of his poor background, eventually turns out to be her nephew, thus transforming to a rich background. Similarly, Lady Bracknel, whom jack hates so much & criticizes, turn out to be his aunt. It is equally an irony that jack the child lost twenty-eight years ago in a bag turns out to be in the custody of the same bag in which he got lost, thereby solving d riddle of his loss
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(8)
Miss prism is a minor character who nevertheless plays a crucial role. She is governess to
Cecily.she was also in a previous employment, a
maid to general and Mrs moncrieff . in spite of
her lowly position and status miss prism holds d
key to the mystery about jack’s mistaken identity
in the play, after 29 years of anonymity.
According to her
account, she as jack’s nanny much earlier,in a
moment of mental distraction, mistakenly
deposits the manuscript of a novel she is writing
in the bassinette and places jack, then a. Baby, in
the hand bag instead.
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(9) Repitition: the expressions to and fro are repeated in line 2 and 3
Onomatopeia:the word, billows and whirls suggest the actions that followed them Rhetorical question: the last stanza except for one line is a series of rhetorical questions used to underscore the cruelty of the socio-political environment under which children grew up in the south africa
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(10)
The poetic personal presented his expenses as a blackman when he narrated his ordeal among the people of the country.
In line 1, stanza 1, he said he lived among the people who respected him, who related with him cordially and treated him with him cordially and treated him with respect and maturity.
However, the advent of the white man/Asian into the picture changes the situation of things.
He was philosophical about how the wind of life can blow one off course to the extent that one may not find his bearing again.
He became paron in the hands of the superior forces,that is, the whiteman/Asian
His experience at the market symbolize how life can be unpredictable and unpalatable to a black man,
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