Things Fall Apart remains a great influence on the world’s literary landscape. This poem aims to show how the story of Ikemefuna impacted on the mind of the persona as a child and as adult. Through a minatory tone of lamentation, spacio-temporal divide and the use of intrinsic comparative approach method, the poet constructed pictures of economic and socio-prodigal wastes which culminated...
Fortress Isaiah Ayinuola
Fortress-Ayinuola Isaiah » Fortress Isaiah Ayinuola was born in Offa, Kwara State of Nigeria, into the Shittu Adebiyi family, Balogun compound, Akingbase. He obtained his B.A. (1984), M.A. (1990), and Ph.D (2013) in English (Literature) from University of Ilorin, University of Lagos and Covenant University respectively. He is presently a lecturer in the Department of Languages and General Studies, College of Leadership... view full profile
Yoruba Eco-Proverb in English: An Eco-Critical Study of Niyi Osundare's Midlife and Horses of Memory
The Political Economy of Book Publishing: A Critical View of Eco-Poetics and National Consciousness.