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2019 Neco Literature in English Drama and poetry verified answers expo

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Flashback is one of the narrative techniques used in Literature to throw more light on event of the past as it relate to the present event.
Amma Darko uses flashback in faceless to tell this story of both maa Tsuru and the circumstances surrounding her birth. This is also used to tell us why fofo and others run into the street. It is also used to reveal to us why Maa Tsuru locks herself up for days with her two boys on account of fear of poison trailing her. Through the flashback we are that poison used to live in one room with his stepfather , mother and five siblings poison suffers torture in the stepfather's hands; the man is constantly beating him when the torture becomes unbearable for poison he runs away from home at eight years. He becomes a street boy surviving in the street. He grows up to become a street lord and Vivian.

Poison suffered child abuse physically and sexually and emotionally. This left a very big scar on poison who recorded the first instance of child abuse on fofo a fourteen years old girl who decide to sleep in an open shade at agbogloshire market in order to wake up early for her job of washing carrots. Poison tires to rape her there. Through flashback we learn that maa tsuru's first husband kwei abandon her after fathering four children with her.

4.) The widowhood experiences of Yaremi, Dedewe, Fayoyin and Radeke are a miscrosm of the plight of widows in the larger Nigerian society and in the African continent as a whole. The author condemns widow inheritance, forced remarriage and other cultural practices that subject widows to pain and humiliation.

ii)Loneliness: Another important theme that runs through the novel is the theme of loneliness. Yaremi was very lonely and had to do most things by herself. For instance, she had to appeal to Uncle Deyo, Ajumobi’s friend to assist in mending her leaking roof and rebuilding the walls of her house.
iii) Humiliation: Yaremi suffered humiliation from extended relations who accused her of killing her husband. Dedewe, Fayoyin and Radeke also suffered humiliation. For instance, Dedewe was made to sit in a dark room by her husband’s corpse while Fayoyin’s hair was badly shaved. Hardwork or Diligence: The theme of diligence is expressed by Yaremi’s industrious character. The author uses several anecdotes to encourage hardwork.

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CASTLE OF OTRANTO
In the Gothic novel, the female characters are predominantly passive and this is mostly characterized by the gentle and obedient mien of lady Hippolita, Prince Manfred's wife and lady of the castle who is always submissive and supportive of her husbands actions,not weighing the merits or otherwise, not even considering it's effects on herself and her children.
For example, when faced with the death of Conrad, Hippolita, even in her sad state could only think about the feeling of her husband, while Manfred, reacts in a tempest of rage, asking to marry his son's betrothed as the only thing he could think of his who should succeed him as the Lord of the castle (siring and hair).
In the vein, anytime a conflict arises in the work, while the man stay and fight, the women are portrayed as cowards who run and hide in the face of conflict thereby portraying them as coward.
Another pointer is shown on how the women dote on upon their men and attend to the in firm while the men gleefully venture to confront the cause of danger and bravely confront it ( the alpha gender).
Likewise, while Manfred and Frederic, Isabella's father were bargaining on marriage, the woman's consent were not sought, buttressing the fact that they had no clear voice.
To cap everything, the initial conflict in the novel is due to Manfred wanting an heir (a son) despite having an agile, virile daughter which also boldly paints a society where only male inherits and the female, inherited.

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There's a great deal of verbal irony in the conversation that Bigger has with his friends before his job interview with Mr. Dalton. When Bigger claims he could fly a plane if he had a chance, Gus replies, 'If you wasn't black and if you had some money and if they'd let you go to that aviation school, you could fly a plane.' This is verbal irony because Gus tells Bigger he can fly after listing all the reasons why he can't fly. It's sort of like saying 'Sure, you could eat a dodo egg. If you could find a dodo, which is extinct, and has been extinct for centuries.' This can illustrate how even with dark, depressing realities, humor can be found: it's the foundation of irony!
A few lines later, Bigger says, 'It's funny how the white folks treat us, ain't it?' This is verbal irony because in reality, Bigger doesn't think it is funny at all.
 When Bigger takes an intoxicated Mary to her room to put her to bed, he becomes terrified when her blind mother walks in the door. He's absolutely sure that he will be fired for taking Mary out with her boyfriend and letting her be so drunk, or even worse. A black man in a young white girl's room could be seen as an even bigger problem. To keep from being caught, Bigger 'caught a corner of the pillow and brought it to her lips.' When Mary mumbled, Bigger pushed harder to muffle the sounds. By the time Mrs. Dalton leaves the room, Mary is dead. He's later sentenced to be executed for this crime. This is situational irony because Bigger's fear of getting fired leads to even bigger (no pun intended) problems.

One example of Wright's use of symbolism is the rat at the beginning of the novel. Parallels between Bigger and the rat are apparent. When the scene with the rat is more specifically examined, it becomes apparent that it is used to symbolize Bigger's emotions and feelings about his place in contrast to outside society. Richard Wright uses the rat scene to symbolize Bigger as a character and uses it as a tool to show many emotions Bigger has throughout the book.
Richard Wright expresses the feeling of being trapped as Bigger instruct Buddy to "put that box in front of the hole so [the rat] can't get out" Bigger feels trapped inside barriers of society. Wright uses the rat to foreshadow the feeling of being trapped, which becomes apparent to the reader about Bigger as the story progresses. Bigger is "trapped" by society due to racism and poverty and this leads to his desire for rebellion. Again, Wright physically represents Bigger with the rat by have the rat bite Bigger after he is cornered in by Bigger and Buddy. Bigger has the emotion to rebel against whites, because he feels trapped by them into a world of hopelessness.  Wright portrays the character of Bigger as this low class, poor, miserable man. Wright uses a white cat in the book to represent the idea of this "white power." A cat can be seen a luxurious animal, especially in comparison to a rat. This shows that Wright was using the rat to represent Bigger. The rat is a big ugly, black rat. Bigger as a character is not shown to be a character the reader likes but a disgusting, low class human being. Wright's use of symbolism in Native Son is an effective tool for foreshadowing and underlying structures throughout the book. The rat scene is effective in many ways because it seems so insignificant until more closely observed.

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