Dance of Attrition and Resistance: Semiotics of Gender Stratification in “Three Suitors, One Husband, and Until Further Notice”
Abstract This study is an assessment of African social structures through the lens of structuralist ideology by examining the opposing binaries of gender conflict which are evident in the literature of colonised societies because the intersection of gender and power structure in societies is often reflected in fictional literature of the region. The mythic establishment of patriarchal systems...
Published at Ibadan Journal of English Studies, (IBJES)
Published in 2015
Awogu-Maduagwu, E.A.; Owoeye S.T.; Abiodun Eniayekan E.N.
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1. Maduagwu, E.A. (2012)Umuada and the Phenomenon of Dual Identity in Ogbaruland. Afrrev laligens. Vol.1 (3), 133-154
Awogu-Maduagwu, E.A. (2012) Patriachal Reductionism in the Ewu-Nzuzo Symbol in Ogodin’omulunwa female funeral dance
Dance of Freedom: A Semiotic Analysis of Dance in The Trial of Dedan Kimathi International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Reviews
Probing Lust as Bane of Nigeria’s Political Leadership: A Study of Wole Soyinka’s Death And The King’s Horseman And Ola Rotimi’s
Parallel Gender Representation in Issues of Conflict Related Violence: A Pre-Requisite for Peace and Development in Post-Conflict Societies
Exploring Gender Journeys: A Review of Achebe’s Anthills of The Savannah, Aidoo’s Changes: A Love Story, and Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus
“Globalisation and Cultural Identity: Reviving Oral Performance in Public Schools as a Panacea for the Erosion of Indigenous Value Systems”
“Gendered Representations of Women in War Literature: A Study of Akachi Ezeigbo’s Roses and Bullets and Festus Iyayi’s Heroes”
THINGS RESTORED IN THE ANTHILLS OF THE SAVANNAH: A Post-modernist Review of Achebe’s Things Fall Apart and Anthills of the Savannah
IDEOLOGY, LEADERSHIP AND SOCIAL COMMITMENT in SOYINKA’S DEATH and THE KING’S HORSEMAN and KONGI’S HARVEST