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The post colonial experiences in warsan shire’s selected poems - ‘what we own’, ‘conversation about home (at the deportation centre)’ and ‘beauty’

 Department: English  
 By: usericon benblezy  

 Project ID: 5132
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Abstract
With the independence of most or all African nations, a new wave of exploitation, corruption and disillusionment surge in. the African leaders who took over the position of leadership stopped at nothing but steal from their people this resulted into political instability, war and displacement of the people. All of these experiences, of course are subjective or emotional, yet are capable of being literarily represented through satire. It asserts that, since people easily and readily relate with what they are familiar with, the need for exploring these post-colonial experiences becomes imperative. The research work consists of five chapters. The first chapter provides a general background of the. The second chapter focuses on review of related literature in accordance with the research topic. Consequently, the post colonial theory is adopted as theoretical framework. The third chapter is concerned with the thematic analysis of the selected poems. The fourth chapter discusses the poetic devices/literary techniques. The fifth chapter is the summary and conclusion. To be more specific, the study deals with the post-colonial experiences in Warsan Shire’s poems, and depicted in the texts under study....
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