Book Review: A Review Of ‘In My Father’s House’ by Mosobalaje M Abimbola

If pictures could tell the stories behind them, how would the world look at the Ones in them? Seeing 'pictures' and 'frames' as  recurring symbols in the several poems in "In My Father's House", each poem is a story covered within the picture fitted in a frame improperly hung on a wall. I read these …

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Book Review: Commentary on Lost boys by Wakchin Nengak

It has been fascinating right from the book's title to the very end of the poetry collection; that didn't shy away from showing the loss, struggles and pains of boyhood and of how it's human and permissible to sob.Contrary to popular opinions that "men don't cry" Bamibola has made a touching portrayal of the pains …

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Book Review: A poetic appraisal of “Ripples from the King’s court” by Aire Joshua Omotayo

I was a boy in the cloak of the night, on my body laid a pile of sweat seeping into the clouds in search of QUESTIONS in the shape of a cap. Those sweats turned into a heavy rainfall and there was a basket-full harvest of ripples filing into the mouth of the sea, forming …

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BEYOND DIDACTICISM: A REVIEW OF MICHEAL ACE’S SERMON FROM A STAMMERER

TITLE: SERMON FROM A STAMMERER AUTHOR: MICHEAL ACE GENRE: POETRY NUMBER OF PAGES: 32 PUBLISHER: ACEworld DATE OF PUBLICATION: 2016 REVIEWER: AYOOLA GOODNESS One of the tenets of literature is didacticism—the flowering of morality— a telling of the truth (the bedrock of any literary work) to achieve a positive society.   A true writer tells …

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Rape as an Instrument of Power: A Narcissistic Reactant Interpretation of Onosose’s “The Rape Priest”

By Adesina Idris (Max), BSc. Political Science   A wave of questions have been raised by social analysts on the motivation to rape and its growth across nations in the world. According to Interventional Business Times, rape of women is highly popular in states like the United States of America, Sweden, New Zealand, Lesotho, Saint …

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