WAEC GCE 2020: Jan/Feb Literature { Drama/Poetry } Answers.


The unannounced visit of Maligu to Soko where he broached the matter of his brother’s purported letter. Maligu’s blackmailing of Soko and aking him complicit to the plan he unveils.
Maligu and Soko’s intrigue to ostracise Kindo Kindo and have unfettered access to the King whom they influence. The intrigues that end in the deaths of Soko, Parker and Whitehead. The banishment of Kindo for killing in peace time, against custom. In other maligu and villagers accept everything Soko says, but the Chief of the warriors, Kindo, who is also the King’s son, rejects Soko’s prophecy with valid arguments. But the King insists on accepting the white man as Soko says.


Tony Lumpkin relationship with Hastings in the play Tony Lumpkin tell lies to Hastings that makes him believe that the residence of Mr. Hardcastle is actually an inn and that Mr. Hardcastle himself is a member of the working class with pretensions to rise above his station in society. At the same time, he is also introduced in a way that draws a distinction between the way characters are perceived and the actual reality, as the very differing opinions of him that his mother and Mr. Hardcastle have demonstrate. As such, he could be said to be something of a parallel to Marlow, who likewise attracts very different opinions of his character. In other words Tony Lumpkin is the agent that is able to clear the way for one of the couples, Hastings to marry.


Hyperbole; Was Examine in exaggeration runs in the poem along the following lines:
Lines 2 to 4, “the pepper strong enough to push scorpions up our heads.” This line heightens that the gun wounds causes a very terrible pain like that of a scorpion sting.Line 19, “cholera breaks its spell on cracked lips.” This line exaggerates the wide spread of cholera during the dark (war) time.Other phrases are, “oceans of bowls” “surfing (taking) children from alphabeta” just the way the crocodile move (surf) in the water.

The atitude about nature in the poem that takes you into the woods and nearly up to heaven. It is one of the most popular of Frost’s blank verse creations. In other words the poet himself, Birches is ‘two fragments soldered together’, that is, he first intended the poem to have two definite angles – one concentrating on the ice-storm bending birch branches, the other detailing the boy swinging on them. This is why Frost initially had the title of Swinging Birches, because he preferred the rhythm of the present participle (as in his other poems such as Mending Wall and After Apple Picking for example) to help kick start his poem. decided to stick to a single, simple title and, as it stands, Birches became one long exploration of the speaker’s relationship to the Truth, split into three aspects:
naturalistic (the ice-storm’s effect on the birch trees). The nature of the peom talk about the ice and effect on the birch tress which talk on real life can be hard, so why not escape into idealism, transcend the mundane, swing a little? Frost chose the former, being a pragmatist, clinging to the finite, occasionally swinging but not too close to heaven.

Updated: February 1, 2020 — 7:25 am


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