Journey to the Niger Delta with Helon Habila’s paper boat, Oil on Water

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This entry is part 1 of 12 in the series Reviews season two

Share now17      17SharesUbaji Isiaka Abubakar Eazy writes that Helon Habila’s Oil on Water exposes the decay, poverty exploitation, and oppression that


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Women’s commitment to the common struggle in the Niger Delta region: A review of May Ifeoma Nwoye’s Oil Cemetery

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This entry is part 6 of 12 in the series Reviews season two

Share now19      19SharesUbaji Isiaka Abubakar Eazy writes that in Oil Cemetery, May Nwoye Ifeoma captured the exploitative acts of oil companies


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Merging an education in symbology with telling a scintillating story: The case of Dan Brown’s Angels and Demons

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This entry is part 7 of 12 in the series Reviews season two

Share now22      22SharesUbaji Isiaka Abubakar Eazy writes that in Dan Brown’s Angels and Demons, the author set a pace that other


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Examining the greatness of South African literature through the vista of Can Themba’s The Will to Die

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This entry is part 10 of 12 in the series Reviews season two

Share now5      5SharesUbaji Isiaka Abubakar Eazy argues that Can Themba’s The Will to Die further buttresses the fact that South African


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