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NECO GCE 2017 Literature in English [Drama & Poetry] Obj and Theory Answer -Nov/Dec Expo

 

NECO GCE 2017 Nov/Dec Literature in English Drama & Poetry Answer and Solution to the questions. Verified expo answer

2017 NECO GCE LITERATURE PROSE/THEORY ANSWERS

Literature OBJ:
1-10: ABCCBADAEB
11-20: ADDECDABAD
21-30: DEEEDECCCA
31-40: CCEEEDCCCA
41-50: CABDEBDBAE
51-60: BAABBDCEED

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Section 1: Answers only one question in this part.

(2)
Poison
Poison is a street lord and leader of a prostitution ringto which Baby T was sold. Feared by all, Poison assaulted Baby T before her death and almost raped Fofo. He also tried to interfere with MUTE’s investigations as he did not want Baby T’s true identity to be revealed. A victim of abuse and neglect, Poison enjoyed inflicting pain on others. The author uses his character to show that with male children, streetism takes a different twist as it makes them almost irredeemable.

(3)

Yaremi is the novel’s protagonist and heroine. She is Ajumobi’s widow. Much of the story in Lonely Days revolves around her. Yaremi’s humiliation, loneliness and struggle for survival in Kufi are a microcosm of the plight of widows in the larger society.

Her character is that of a hardworking and assertive widow undaunted by societal pressures. Through Yaremi’s character, the author celebrates the beauty, industry, talent and resilience of the African woman.

Though her marriage to Ajumobi was not entirely perfect as they fought on some occasions, she loved her husband nonetheless. The author also uses Yaremi’s character to portray the dilemma most widows face when considering a second marriage. Through her character, one understands that a widow’s remarriage comes with so many unanswered questions.
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SECTION II: Answers only one question in this part also.

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Bessie, Bigger’s girlfriend, works so hard that all she wants on her day off is to getshmammered.Bigger wants a little loving and she’s willing to exchange sex for liquor money. Needless to say, this is not the healthiest relationship in the history of relationships.
But their arrangement works out pretty well… until Bigger gets his job and kills Mary. Then Bigger wants Bessie’s help to get money from the Daltons by pretending Mary’s been kidnapped. He doesn’t tell Bessie the real story, but Bessie is sharper than he bargains for and she figures out that he must have done something bad to Mary. (He’s also actinguber-guilty.)
Bessie iswayless than submissive to Bigger’s command that she help him. Then things go badly at the Daltons so Bigger tells her more than he intended. Her fear and remorse make her a liability and Bigger realizes he can’t leave her behind, but he also can’t take her with him. He kills her.
However—ugh, this novel makes usso mad—since Bessie is black, Bigger isn’t put on trial for her murder. Ultimately, Bigger is arrested and sentenced to death for killing Mary. As a result, one of Bessie’s most important roles in the novel is to show the prejudice of the American justice system.

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