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LALIGENS Vol 4 (2) MAY, 2015

CONTENTS

1. Ambivalence in Jean Toomer’s Cane
Ngwoke, O. O. (1-17)

2. Material Deprivation in Tanure Ojaide’s the Eagles’s Vision
Badaki, J. V. & Ahoefa, A. O. (18-30)

3. The Non-Conformist Intellectual’s Role as a Socio-Political Activist in Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s Wizard of the Crow
Akani, J. N. (31-44)

4. Postcolonialism as a Reading Strategy: Ben Okri’s The Famished Road
Obobolo, V. P. A. (45-64)

5. Need for Gender Neutrality in Cartooning Scholarship
Otu, J. (65-77)

6. The Role of the Mass Media in the Fight against Terrorism and the Instrumental Use of Women in Boko Haram Insurgence in Nigeria
Omego, C. U. (78-96)

7.Cross Linguistic Influence on the English Usage of Rivers State University of Science and Technology Freshmen
Ngulube, I. E. (97-111)

8. Rebelle De Fatou Keita Ou Le Combat Feminin Contre La Patriarchie
Onyekachi, E. C. (112-123)

9. Une Etude Comparée de L’oralité Et de L’écriture Dans La Littérature Africaine D’expression Française: Le Cas Des Romans d’Ahmadou Kourouma
Balogun, L.I. & Muotoo, C. H. (124 -134)

10. Alter-Native Press: Implicating Subaltern Discourse in Ogaga Ifowodo’s Ecological Poetry
Onyema, C. C. (135-151)

11. Resistance in Amma Darko’s Beyond the Horizon and Chika Unigwe’s On Black Sisters’ Street
Umezurike, U. P. (152-163)

12. Women, Children and the Environment: The Use of Folktale in Managing Climate Change
Sanusi, C. I. (164-169)

13. Rebelle De Fatou Keita Ou le Combat Feminin Contre La Patriarchie
Evuline, C. O. (170-181)