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Neco 2016 literature in engish Drama & Poetry Answers – june/July Expo

Neco 2016 literature in engish Drama & Poetry Answers – june/July Expo

VERIFIED NECO 2016 LIT IN ENGLISH QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Monday 20th June.
Paper II: Drama & Poetry – Literature in English 2:30pm – 4:10pm

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1.AFRICAN DRAMA
The play as a tragedy is discussed as follows: there are many losses of lives in the play. many people lose their lives as a result of the clashes between kindo (the cheif warrior) and the stranger( mr.whitehead). Those tragic events that happen make the drama a tragedy. soko was killed by kindo. there was a slaughtering of other people. many tragic events happened in the village. there was bloodshed. lives were lost. The tragedy in the blood of stranger is not just man’s tragedy; it is a tragedy of the entire village. The tragedy begins with maligu deceiving the entire village by conspiring with soko(the chief priest). we see tragedy in the rape of wara. The tragedy is also seen in the killing of parker and the whitehead by kindo which leads to the barnishment of kindo by the king.
The entire village starts to mourn the losses of the lives of their people. there was wailing every where. it is greed that pushes malign to think of deceiving his village. The illicit transaction between malign, soko and the whitehead brought alot of tragedies in the entire village

2)
ROLES and Character analysis OF KINDO in The Blood of a Stranger

Kindo is the son of the king and head of warriors of mondoland; a hunter and heir-apparent to the throne of Mando. Kindo is an upright defender of Mandoland; he is willing to defend his culture and his people. He is very young and only a boy when he fought in his first war.
Kindo has very sensitive instincts; feels evil in the air easily – very sensitive to a crooked situation. He is an ambitious character, he is stubborn and also impatient, Loves and protects the custom of his people.Kindo is boastful and keeps a dossier on people. He can speak reasonably like a wise elder. He is regid and unnfeeling; More concerned for the safety of his people.

5)
it is a truism that hansberry uses mr. Linder’s character to portray racial discrimination.
The caretakers of the younger’s new neighbourhood use mr. Linder to prevent the family from relocating to their new house. This is because the neighbourhood is all-white residence, and for color reasons, mr. Linder is used by the clybrourne park improvement association to bribe the younget’s family which threatens to tear then apart and the value for which it stands.

By younger’s family responding to such racial discrimination with defiance,demonstrates that the best way to fight racisim is open resistance against it. In the light of the above, racism must abhorred by everybody. Conversely, we should show erual love to one another irrespective of tribes,color and religious afiliations.

6)
A RAISING IN THE SUN THEME OF POVERTY

Socio-economically, the Youngers are at the bottom of the ladder. This not-so-great position affects Walter Younger the most. While his wife and mother are reasonably accepting of their situation, and Beneatha is more concerned with socio-political issues, Walter has an obsession with money and views it as a transformative power. Due to his poverty, money has a particularly strong hold on Walter’s psyche.

8)
Theme of Deceit/Trickery
Much of this play’s comedy comes from the trickery played by various characters. The most important deceits come from Tony, including his lie about Hardcastle’s home and his scheme of driving his mother and Constance around in circles. However, deceit also touches to the center of the play’s more major themes. In a sense, the only reason anyone learns anything about their deep assumptions about class and behavior is because they are duped into seeing characters in different ways. This truth is most clear with Marlow and his shifting perspective on Kate, but it also is true for the Hardcastles and Sir Charles, who are able to see the contradictions in others because of what trickery engenders

9)
i)symbols: there are aboundant use of symbols in the peom. How the last stanwa alone contains image enought to explain the theratic concern of the poem; “morning rhythm” “River side” “wandering mystic rhyth ” jungle drums and concerto ” – all showing the confusion of the poet as he is form between two wholly different words.

ii)Hyperbole: as an our statement or exagaration it shows the perfection and harmony the poet ascribes to africa e.g stanza 1 and 2. Is it possible is “primal youth and the beginning” was all rusy ? No cintization is without its own inheriet setback.

iii) personification : the human attributes of speaking and waiting are literally attributed to piano and drum in ” In green leaves and wild flowers pulsing ” “then i hear the waiting of piano / solo speaking of complex ways ?

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