Research on Wole Soyinka

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James Gibbs, Bernth Lindfors
Africa World Press, 1993 - Literary Criticism - 372 pages
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A broad introduction to the works of Soyinka and the varieties of criticism they have elicited.
 

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Contents

The Stylistic Function of Pidgin English in African
13
Wole Soyinka and the Horses of Speech
25
An Analysis
37
The Masks Hatched
51
Metaphor as Basis of Form in Soyinkas Drama
81
Four Alternative Endings to Wole Soyinkas A Dance
93
Compassion
107
Soyinkas
115
The Voice and Viewpoint of the Poet in Wole Soyinkas
163
Myth Metaphor and Syntax in Soyinkas Poetry
173
Toward
191
Ogun as Touchstone in Wole
211
Soyinka as a Literary Critic
265
The Communalistic African and the Individualistic
301
Paragraph from Toward the Decolonization of African
327
Chinweizu Onwuchekwa Jemie Ihechukwu
335

SelfSacrifice and Human Sacrifice in Soyinkas Death
127
Begging Questions in Wole Soyinkas Opera Wonyosi
149
Reactions to the 1986 Nobel Prize in Literature
341
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