Literature as Prophecy in J. P. Clark's "The Casualties" and It's Implications for Contemporary Nigerian Society
- Biafra -- The War, Its Civilians and Their Relationships A Study on Cimmananda Ngozi Adichie's Half of a Yellow Sun. Deekshith M., Cavya // Language in India;Dec2013, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p47
Adichie's novel Half of a Yellow Sun effectively portrays the crude realities of the Biafra war during 1967 to 1970. The war lasted for three full years among the tribes of Igbo from South East, Hausa -- Fulani from North and Yoruba from South West, with different cultural and political structures.
- A DISCOURSE-STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF MOOD STRUCTURES IN SELECTED POEMS OF J.P. CLARK-BEKEDEREMO. Yeibo, Ebi // International Journal of Humanities & Social Science;Nov2011, Vol. 1 Issue 16, p197
From available literature, J.P Clark-Bekederemo's poetry has not been extensively studied from a linguistic perspective. Previous studies on the poet's work have concentrated on the literary and thematic features of the texts. The present study, therefore, examines mood structures (i.e. a...
- Parabolic decoding: Teaching J.P. Clark's Song of a Goat in a global classroom environment. Okafor, Clement A. // Women's Studies Quarterly;Fall/Winter97, Vol. 25 Issue 3/4, p159
Examines `Song of a Goat,' the play by J.P. Clark-Bekederemo, who is one of Africa's talented playwrights. Information on Clark's achievements; Demonstration of the play's symbolism in a successful teaching strategy; Discussion on symbolism; Details on the strategies used.
- African Musical Rhythm and Poetic Imagination: A Phono Stylistic Interpretation of Clark-Bekederemo's 'Return of the Fishermen.' Eyoh, Luke // Research in African Literatures;Summer2001, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p105
Discusses African musical rhythm in the poetry of John Pepper Clark-Bekederemo. Exploration of alliteration in Clark-Bekederemo's poetry; Use of alliteration and fast African rhythm in the poem 'Return of the Fishermen'; Polymetric rhythm that is characteristic of African poetry in English;...
- Between Drama and Epic: Toward a Medium for Ozidi. Adepitan, Titi // Research in African Literatures;Spring2002, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p120
Reviews the book 'The Ozidi Saga,' by John Pepper Clark-Bekederemo.
- J.P. Clark-Bekederemo and the Ijo literary tradition. Izevbaye, Dan S. // Research in African Literatures;Spring94, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p1
Reports on the pioneering work of J.P. Clark Bekederemo in the Ijo literary tradition. Lack of freedom from controversy in the acknowledgement of his achievements; Examination of one detail from the group of Bini-related words; Question of whether there is a formal relationship between two...
- Deictics and Stylistic Function in J.P. Clark-Bekederemo's Poetry. Yeibo, Ebi // International Journal of English Linguistics;Feb2012, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p107
Previous studies on J.P. Clark-Bekederemo's poetry have concentrated on literary and some linguistic features, highlighting the nexus between theme and figuration in the works. However, such studies have not paid attention to the role deictics play in foregrounding stylistic functions in the...
- Aspects of Textual Cohesion in Selected Poems of J.P. Clark-Bekederemo. Yeibo, Ebi // Journal of Language Teaching & Research;Sep2012, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p860
Previous studies on J.P. Clark-Bekederemo's poetry have concentrated on literary and some linguistic features, highlighting the relation of theme and figuration in the works. However, such studies have not paid attention to the discourse and pragmatic aspects of the texts, which are crucial for...
- CLARK, John Pepper. // Black Studies Primer;2008, p127
A brief profile of Nigerian poet, playwright, writer, and teacher John Pepper Clark, who founded the Society of Nigerian Authors is presented.