Items where Subject is "P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics"

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ANIEKE, CHRISTIAN and IGWEDIBIA, ADAOMA E. (2019) Exploration of the Theory of Conversational Implicature in the Poems “Coal” and “Hanging Fire” by Audre Lorde. Journal of Languages, Linguistics and Literary Studies, 9. ISSN 2636-7149-6300

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Babatunde, D Adetunji and Ikwuagwu, Oluchi C. and Eze, Kingsley O. (2017) Peace through Literature: A thematic study of Ernest Hemingway’s a farewell to arms. International Journal of English Research, 3 (5). pp. 52-55. ISSN 2455-2186

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ENE, Felicia Nnenna (2009) 3 Plays (A tragic gamble, Hawker's dilemma & Bye to love). Five Senses production, Enugu State. ISBN 978-978-49314-3-4

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UDABA, R. O. (2017) AFRICAN AND NON AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY OF LOVE: A COMPARAIIVE LINGUISTIC STUDY OF MARVELL’S TO HIS COY MISTRESS AND SOYINKA’S TO THE PIPER DAUGHTERS. In: General Studies in 21st Century African Development. GRAND-HERITAGE, GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS., pp. 278-285. ISBN 978-978-52399-5-9

UDABA, R. O. (2018) Ash Wednesday as a spiritual Journey to Easter: A linguistic Study of T. S.Elliot's'Ash Wednesday vi' George Herbert's 'from Easter' and Wole Soyinka's 'Easter'. Journal of the Literary Society of Nigeria (10). pp. 1-14. ISSN 2251-0095

UDABA, R. O. (2019) A COMPARATIVE LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF CULTURAL NUANCES IN RICHARD CORBET’S POEM ‘TO MY SON’ AND WOLE SOYINKA’S POEM ‘DEDICATION’. Thinkers Journal Faculty of Arts Gouni, 1 (2019). pp. 105-114.

UDABA, R. O. A LINGUISTIC APPRECIATION OF SELECTED AFRICAN LITERARY WORKS: A STUDY OF THEO LUZAKA’S ‘THE MOTOKA’ AND KWES1 BREW’S ‘THE DRY SEASON’. Journal of Faculty of Education Godfrey Okoye University, 2.

UDABA, R. O. (2019) A Linguistic Comparison of Pauperism in African and Non-African Setting: A Study of Richard Ntiru’s ‘The Pauper’ and Crabbe’s ‘The Pauper’s Funeral’. Thinkers Journal of the Faculty of Art Gouni, 1 (1). pp. 102-112.

UDABA, R. O. (2004) A Linguistic Study of E. E. Cummings next to of course god America and nobody loses all the time’. University of Nigeria Journal of Literary Studies (4). pp. 101-112.

UDABA, R. O. (2018) Man's Manipulation of love:A Linguistic Expose of Soyinka's 'In Paths of Rain' and 'By Little Loving- After Thomas Blackburn'. Journal of Literary Society of Nigeria (10). ISSN 2251-0095

UDABA, R. O. (2005) THE STYLE OF DENNIS OSADEBAY’S POEMS: A LINGUISTIC STUDY OF ‘A SONG OF HOPE’ AND TO WOMEN OF NEW AFRICA. Nigerian Journal of Research and Production, 6 (3). pp. 8-15. ISSN 1596-6615

UDABA, R. O. (2009) We Shall not Let Him Die! - A Linguistic Appraisal of Okigbo’s ‘Heavensgate’. University of Nigerian Journal Literary Studies (8). pp. 75-89. ISSN 2315-5493

UDABA, R. O. and Eze, G. N. The Lamentation of Reversible and Irreversible Situations: A Linguistic Survey of Odia Ofeimun’s “The Prodigal” and “For Christopher Okigbo”. In: Perspective in Applied Linguistics, Literary Liberal Studies. GRAND HERITAGE GLOBAL COMMUNICATION, pp. 282-287. ISBN 978-978-54689-0-8

Ugwu, Justus C. (2016) Deixis in President Muhammadu Buhari’s 2015 Campaign Speech. Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu.

Ugwu, Justus C. (2017) National Cohesion, Democratic Consolidation and the Challenges of Hate Speech in Nigeria. Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu.

Ugwu, Justus C. (2019) Pragmatic strategies in Soyinka’s The Lion and the Jewel—Morning. Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu.

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