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Feminism in African novels - a study of Amma Sarkos beyond the horizon and faceless

 Department: English  
 By: usericon Kelblaze08  

 Project ID: 2841
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Amma Darko is a renowned Ghanaian writer whose contribution is geared towards fighting the course of the poor and needy in our society. We, in this study, justify the view that Darko's aesthetic presentation in the novel is feministic, using“Beyond the Horizon” and"Faceless" as template discusses. Several issues pertinent in our African contemporary society are raised, and Darko, being a keen observer of human life has painstakingly written about them to expose the ills in the society and the moral lessons to be learned. This study adopts a five-chapter format. Chapter one gives the introduction and background to the study. Chapter two is the review of available works of literature. Chapter three and four discuss feminism as a literary approach, using Amma Darko’s Beyond the Horizon and Faceless, respectively as case studies. Chapter five is a summary and conclusion of the work. ...
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