1. Behavioural Examination of Activism: Nigerian Women and Preparedness for Accompanying Social Change of Gender Equality
Eesuola, O. S. 1-13

2. Sacrificial Women – The Unlikely Heroes of Uwem Akpan’s Stories
Bauer, M. L. 14-24

3.Gender Issues in Theatre Management: The Cross-River State Cultural Centre in Focus
Modom, M. 25-36

4. Political Participation and Gender: Is There Synergy Between What Scholarship Does and What Activists Want?
Eesuola, O. S. 37-51

5. Literature as a Moral Thermometer: A Humanistic Approach to Festus Iyayi’s Violence and Buchi Emecheta’s Second Class Citizen
Ogene, M. S. 52-65

6. The Worm Squirming in the Root: An Image of Democracy in Okediran’s Tenants of the House
Dick, T. 66-77

7. Irony and Vision in Selected Works of Ayi Kwei Armah
Iboroma, I. E. 78-90

8. Decoding the Metaphor of Internet Meme: A Study of Satirical Tweets on Black Friday Sales in Nigeria
Anurudu, S. M. & Obi, I. M. 91-100

9. Skipping English Language Lessons and its Effect on Senior Secondary School Students in Imo State, Nigeria
Oyekanmi, J. O., & Abijo, J. A. 101-111

10. Linguistic Revolution: The New Face of Register
Nwala, M. A. & Harry, S. U. 112-122

11. La Problématique de la Traduction de Français en Igbo: Le cas de Petit Prince d’Antoine De Sainte Exupéry
Onumajuru, E. M. & Onumajuru, V. C. 123-132

12. Le Journal en Français Facile de Radio France Internationale: Facile Pour Les Apprenants Anglophones du FLE de Quel Niveau?
Inyang, J. B. 133-142

13. L’Esthetique Romanesque De Calixthe Beyala Dans Le Petit Prince De Belleville Et Maman a Un Amant
Bestman, A. M. 143-154

14. Translating Igbo Songs into English: An Interpretative Approach
Okeogu, C. 155-172