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The Last Duty
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27 Jan ‘The last duty’ is a Nigerian novel that focuses on the casualties of war. How these circumstances, the deprivations, the hardship, the zeal to survive, changed people is a summary of this book. The foremost scholar of Oral Literature and award-winning novelist, Prof. Isidore. A novel set in midwestern Nigeria during the Nigerian civil war (July to January ); published in English in Isidore Okpewho was born November 9, , at Agbor in the Midwest region of Nigeria, now Delta State and Edo State. He began the latter novel toward the end. The Last Duty by Isidore Okpewho is a novel of the. Nigerian conflict though thinly disguised under the names of the mythical combatants, Simbia and Zonda.
A novelist, poet, and oral literary scholar, Isidore Okpewho is currently a professor of African-American Studies and Comparative Literature at the State University. 4 Mar Full Title: The Last Duty Author: Isidore Okpewho Type of Work: Novel Genre: Historical, War and Political novel Language: English Time and. Isidore Okpewho is possibly the most interesting of all the Nigerian novelists who have written about the Biafran war. His remarkable novel, The Last Duty.
13 Dec The Last Duty has 34 ratings and 1 review. A novel of the Nigerian civil war. 3 Jun The Thirtieth Anniversary of the Soweto Uprisings: Reading the Shadow in Sam Nzima's Iconic Photograph of Hector Pieterson (4 times). The paper makes a stylistic Analysis of Okpewho's The Last Duty. The framework of the analysis is based on style as a choice which is one of the six. The Last Duty by Isidore Okpewho Isidore Okpewho was born November 9, , at Agbor in the Midwest region of Nigeria, now Delta State and Edo State. The Last Duty was a short story released online in tribute to the death of the Candy Jar Books author Eileen Younghusband. It contained excerpts from Eileen's.