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WAEC GCE 2018 Literature in English Prose Answer Obj and Essay– Nov/Dece Expo

 

WAEC GCE 2018 Literature in English Answer Obj and Essay– Nov/Dec Expo

WAEC GCE 2018 Literature in English ANSWER

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ESSAY (PROSE) ANSWER

1)

The role and significance of Sylw Do in Faceless.

Syh Po works with Harvest FM as a radio b

He presents a talk show, “quus MORNWG. GHANA”, bringing

various issues to Sensitize the public. He decides to use

The case of Baby discuss the issue of street children

son his show. He also has another series on street child

with Ms. Kamame, who had a non-governmental org müzaction

Po visits Sodom and Gomorrah, alongside fofo and Kabria

standing of the place.

to feel who the place is like and have a better under

Po get actively involved the task of unravelling the mystery

street life

surrounding the death of Baby T. also the cause of foto’s

The significance of Sylv Po is his priceless role exposing

and skills. He is able to sustain the public in the death

Poison as Baby Is murdered, with his level of intelli pence

of the goal Found behind a blue kiosk in Agbogbloshie

th as radio broadcaster.

market

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3)

In Kufi, the people believed that there were good and bad deaths. Yaremi consoled herself with the notion that Ajumobi died a good death. It was also believed that the dead people watch over the living. This explains Yaremi’s many monologues addressed to her late husband, Ajumobi. In Other word’s The atitude of the people were pointing at the wives were accused of killing their husbands because of the belief that someone had to be responsible for every death . They also suspected feathered creatures like birds as they were usually linked to witchcraft .

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Literature-In-English 2(Prose)-Answers.

Completed Answer Only (2) from each section.

5)

Bessie’s murder is no more planned than Mary’s was; again, Bigger murders simply because he can see no other choice available to him. In Bessie’s case, Bigger is on the run from the police, and Bessie has become a nuisance. As he waits with her in an abandoned building, he considers his options: If he leaves her behind, she’ll almost certainly tell the truth when she is found and questioned. On the other hand, he cannot take her with him, because she’s highly emotional and will slow him down. Faced with these two choices, Bigger chooses a tragic third option: he first rapes Bessie, and then kills her and throws her body down a shaft.

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7)

he emerges as a main character after Manfred orders him to be imprisoned within the helmet for his insolence and he escapes, only to help Isabella escape from the castle through a trapdoor. He is revealed later in the novel to be the lost son of Friar Jerome. Theodore proceeds to protect Isabella from the wanton lust of Manfred. He captures the hearts of both Isabella and Matilda, but settles for Isabella after Matilda’s death. In other words He hides her in a cave and blocks it to protect her from Manfred and ends up fighting one of the mysterious knights. Theodore badly wounds the knight, who turns out to be Isabella’s father, Frederic. With that, they all go up to the castle to work things out. Frederic falls in love with Matilda and he and Manfred begin to make a deal about marrying each other’s daughters. Manfred, suspecting that Isabella is meeting Theodore in a tryst in the church, takes a knife into the church, where Matilda is meeting Theodore. Thinking his own daughter is Isabella, he stabs her. Theodore is then revealed to be the true prince of Otranto and Matilda dies, leaving Manfred to repent. Theodore becomes king and eventually marries Isabella because she is the only one who can understand his true sorrow.

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Ajumobi is Yaremi’s late husband and the father Segi, Wura, Alani. Ajumobi was a brave and powerful hunter who enjoyed boasting of his prowess as a successful hunter. He’s a caring and loving husband. He used to boast to Yaremi that he ruled the animal world. He claimed that he wore a live python round his shoulder with no fear of danger as shown in page 51. 

In his lifetime, he was firm and had absolute control of his household. He owned a cocoa farm, banana trees, kolanut trees and fruiting palm trees. Ajumobi was a happy and lively man. He was quite unlike many Kufi men. He is a stammerer. He stammers when he is angry. On the day tha Yaremi tore his dress, he stammered angrily as he told her that he would weep her thoroughly. He is a wife beater. He has beaten Yaremi before. He boasts a lot. However he is a doting man. 

As a husband, he usually gives Yaremi advices on “two hundred issues as seen in page 66, he exhibits good nature of a caring husband. And he showers his affection and love on Yaremi. He catches good bush meat for his lovely wife, Yaremi.

Like most men in Kufi, he liked drinking palmwine in the company of friends. He was quite ambitious. Prior to his death, he planned to renovate his house and even take a second wife. Yaremi loved her husband greatly and in spite of their many squabbles in his lifetime, she missed his affection and companionship.

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5)

Bessie’s murder is no more planned than Mary’s was; again, Bigger murders simply because he can see no other choice available to him. In Bessie’s case, Bigger is on the run from the police, and Bessie has become a nuisance. As he waits with her in an abandoned building, he considers his options: If he leaves her behind, she’ll almost certainly tell the truth when she is found and questioned. On the other hand, he cannot take her with him, because she’s highly emotional and will slow him down. Faced with these two choices, Bigger chooses a tragic third option: he first rapes Bessie, and then kills her and throws her body down a shaft.

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(7)

Theodore emerges as a main character after Manfred orders him to be imprisoned within the helmet for his insolence and he escapes, only to help Isabella escape from the castle through a trapdoor. He is revealed later in the novel to be the lost son of Friar Jerome. Theodore proceeds to protect Isabella from the wanton lust of Manfred. He captures the hearts of both Isabella and Matilda, but settles for Isabella after Matilda’s death. In other words He hides her in a cave and blocks it to protect her from Manfred and ends up fighting one of the mysterious knights. Theodore badly wounds the knight, who turns out to be Isabella’s father, Frederic. With that, they all go up to the castle to work things out. Frederic falls in love with Matilda; He and Manfred begin to make a deal about marrying each other’s daughters. Manfred, suspecting that Isabella is meeting Theodore in a tryst in the church, takes a knife into the church, where Matilda is meeting Theodore. Thinking his own daughter is Isabella, he stabs her. Theodore is then revealed to be the true prince of Otranto and Matilda dies, leaving Manfred to repent. Theodore becomes king and eventually marries Isabella because she is the only one who can understand his true sorrow.


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