Book: The Fishermen  Author: Chigozie Obioma  ISBN: 9780-0-316-33836-3 Year of Publication: 2015 Reviewer: Amuda Abbas Oluwadamilola   Often referred to as ‘The Heir to Chinua Achebe’ in literary circles, it is no surprise that Chigozie Obioma’s storytelling prowess proves to ...

Book: The Kite Runner Author: Khaled Hosseini ISBN: 0-7865-6473-3 Year of Publication: 2003 Reviewer: Sunday T. Saheed   One could begin the analysis from the brief flashback that introduced Amir as a fugitive of his childhood mistakes, or Rahim Khan’s ...

Book Review Publisher:  Riverhead Books Author: Lesley Nneka Arimah ISBN: 0735211027 (ISBN13: 9780735211025) Original title: What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky. Genre: Prose Sub genre: Short stories, magical realism Literally awards: Locus Award, New York Public ...

Abstract This essay examines the aesthetics of metaphor and imagery in Sophia Obi- Akpoko’s Tears in a Basket and Floating Snags. In this regard, the study adopts eco-critical theory to analyze how the author employed imagery and metaphors in her ...

TITLE OF BOOK: Madagali AUTHOR: Wale Okediran GENRE: Prose PAGES: 234 YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2021 PUBLISHERS: Evans Brothers BOOK REVIEWER: Dr. Abubakar Othman Dept. of English and Literary Studies University of Maiduguri Madagali is a fictional story about Lance Corporal ...

The memoir projects and captures the journey to fertility embarked on by Elizabeth and her husband Richard. The couple navigated through different medical and geographical terrains amidst loses of seven pregnancies, in a bid to become biological parents. Elizabeth finds ...

Ahmed Yerima’s new play Haze questions the meaning of death and man’s existence. An existentialist play, Haze is an incursion into the innermost place of man’s fear of death and the sad realization that dying is as certain as living. ...

Humphrey Dibia is a Nigerian writer who x-rays the society he knows very well. The society that is ridden with corruption, bribery, exploitation and marginalization among other vices. It is evident that Dibia’s work yields itself readily to the sociological ...

Abstract This article critically examines how Chinua Achebe, one of the foremost and prolific Nigerian novelist, portrayed his female characters in his novels- Things Fall Apart, Arrow of God, and Anthills of the Savannah. However, the objective of this essay ...

TITLE: THE SON OF THE HOUSE AUTHOR: CHELUCHI ONYEMELEKWE-ONUOBIA PUBLISHER: PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE SOUTH AFRICA(PTY) LTD. YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2019 PAGES: 758 ISBN:ISBN 978-1-4859-0373-4 (Print) ISBN 978-1-4859-0403-8 (ePub) GENRE: Fiction REVIEWER: HUSSAINA GIMBA SHABAFU The book, the son of the ...

Title : Kalakuta Republic. Author : Christopher Abani. ISBN: 9780863563225 Publication date : Sept 1,2001. Genre: poetry. Publisher: Saqi Books. Reviewed by : Mujeebah Opatola. Chris Abani, born on the 27th of December, 1966 in Afikpo, Ebonyi state, wrote his ...

Book: ‘Happy Days’ by Samuel Beckett First published by: Grove Press in 1961 followed by Haber in1963. Reviewed by: Maryam Kekere-Ekun. ‘Happy Days’ was written by Beckett in the year 1961. He began the book in October 1960 and finished ...