1 edition of Style and literary communication in African prose fiction in English found in the catalog.
Style and literary communication in African prose fiction in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 43-45).
|Series||Hope library of liberal arts -- 7|
|LC Classifications||PR9344 .O88 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||2009382051|
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An introductory course for students of literary studies in English. communication situation in poetry is very similar to the one in prose, except that poetry very often does not include dialogue, thus the inner box is optional: Basics of English Studies, Version 12/03, Poetry File Size: KB. ENG African Literature in English 3. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing and above. Anglophone literature in Africa. Emphasis on the relationship between the African world-view and literary production and the persistent trend by African writers to connect literature with politics. Writers such as Achebe, Ngugi, Soyinka, and Serote.
Vital to African literature is the relationship between the oral and written word; in seemingly insignificant interstices have flourished such shadowy literary figures as Egyptian scribes, Hausa and Swahili copyists and memorizers, and contemporary writers of popular novellas, all playing crucial transitional roles in their respective by: The series focuses on literary prose and poetry, while also accommodating related discussion of the full range of materials and texts and contexts (from theatre and film to fine art, journalism, the law, popular writing and other cultural ephemera) with which English studies now engages.
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The word prose is frequently used in opposition to traditional poetry, which is language with a regular structure and a common unit of verse based on metre or r, as T. Eliot noted, whereas "the distinction. Thread in the Loom: Essays on African Literature and Culture, Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press.
Monographs. Homage to the Book. Ibadan: University Press Authors' Forum Monograph Series, No. 1, Style and Literary Communication in African Prose Fiction in. Form is interpreted differently, with consideration of the different literary genres of literature which exist.
In considering prose, the form used by an author is analyzed by examining how he has divided/partitioned his or her literary work. An author of prose fiction can divide his literary piece of.
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The four main literary genres are poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and drama, with each varying in style, structure, subject matter, and the use of figurative language. The genre raises certain. Introduction. Prose has, of course, always existed as a means of defining nonmetrical writing.
It assumed particular importance in the early modern period (c. –) after the advent of the printing press, which led to an exponential increase in the number of works produced in of these were in prose, the most widespread and straightforward mode of writing, because authors.
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To be sure, the Arabic, English, French, and Portuguese literary traditions along with Christianity and Islam and other effects of colonialism in Africa also had a dynamic impact on African literature, but African writers adapted those alien traditions and made them their own by placing them into these African classical frames.
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Literary fiction tends to lean toward complex sentences with original language. Thrillers tend to use shorter, more efficient sentences, especially as the pace quickens in the novel. Prose is a fabrication, not a linguistic axiom.
It has a complex history well before its intricate literary genealogy. Made, not given, prose comes down to modern use with the form, formally determined, of a world-historical invention. As culturally significant in its evolutionary advent as in its ramified means of reporting event, prose thus bears with it a biography as telling as the.Introductory study of the genres of imaginative literature—prose fiction, poetry and drama—with special emphasis on the interrelationships between form and theme.
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Critical writing is an integral part .Fiction prose is also written in ordinary, non-metrical language but is the product of the writer's imagination. Its meaning can stretch all the way from obscure and difficult to clear and direct.