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2014 Literature WAEC Past Theory Questions CBT

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Note: Highlight and discuss the various views of a childless woman and her place in the Brenhoma society

Points to develop:
• Barren women are doomed to loneliness in old age
• Barren women are treated with contempt and scorn
• In Brenhoma, a barren woman is likened to a man
• Brenhoma is a matrilineal society, therefore, mothers of the barren also suffer the effect of their daughter’s fate

Note: In your narration, explain how the persona reveals the communal and cooperative spirit of the people through the death of Yaw Boakye.

Points to develop:
• Brenhoma’s society is a superstitious one
• The unity of the community
• The bravery of the town
• Their reverence for the dead
• The communal and cooperative spirit of the people of Brenhoma

Note: Narrate the cordial and intimate relationship existing between Aunty Ifeoma and her father.

Points to develop:
• The love and intimacy between Aunty Ifeoma and her father
• She defends him against the harassments of Eugene
• They pray for each other
• Despite her Christian beliefs, Aunty Ifeoma respects her father’s traditional beliefs in life and in death.
• Her insistence that he should be buried in the traditional way at his death

Note: Give a detailed analysis of the character Eugene from Amaka’s point of view.

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Note: Compare and contrast the leadership prowess of both characters.

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Note: Conflict is literary element that involves a struggle between two opposing forces. In your narration highlight how order and chaos fights for supremacy in the novel.

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Note: Do a character sketch of Santiago in relation to him being a fisherman.

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Note: Narrative techniques are the methods and devices writers use to tell stories. Highlight and discuss the various devices employed by the persona in telling his stay.

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Note: Do a character sketch of Mr Onyindze and Mr Borofosem, highlighting the differences and similarities in both characters.

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Note: Colonialism is the practice of domination, which involves the subjugation of one people to another. In your narration, bring out the unfavorable influences of westernization as highlighted by the persona in the play

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Note: Do a brief character sketch of Lawumi and Anlugbua, the essence of their meeting, and the role of the gods in the play.

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Note: Chorus provides commentary on the actions of characters to establish a close connection between the audience and what is happening on stage, they prepare the audience for dramatic shifts. Who are the chorus and how did they provide us with the necessary information needed to understand the drama?

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Note: A hero is a fictional character who in the face of danger combats adversity through feats of ingenuity, courage, and strength. Draw out characters from the play who displayed such attributes

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Note: Highlight how the battle at Slivnitza introduced us to different characters and the role of the battle as the center of action in the play.

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Note: Give a summary of Jack’s life before the revelation, then proceed to the essence of his true identity to the development of the plot.

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Note: From a reader’s perspective, explore the portrayal of the upper class as superior in the play.

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Note: Imagery is a literacy device used by poets or other writers to create a mental picture in the mind of the reader. Those pictures appeal to the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and skin. Therefore, you are expected to bring out these devices as used by the poetic persona from the poem.

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Note: You are expected to describe the theme of poverty in accordance with the structure of the poem; each stanza has a developing point on the theme of poverty.

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Note: Through the lines and stanzas, state critically in your narration the poetic persons’ view of man’s attitude towards himself and God

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Note: In your narration show the instances of emotions and wishes of the slain soldiers in the poem

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Note: Highlight and discuss the various views of a childless woman and her place in the Brenhoma society

Points to develop:
• Barren women are doomed to loneliness in old age
• Barren women are treated with contempt and scorn
• In Brenhoma, a barren woman is likened to a man
• Brenhoma is a matrilineal society, therefore, mothers of the barren also suffer the effect of their daughter’s fate

Note: In your narration, explain how the persona reveals the communal and cooperative spirit of the people through the death of Yaw Boakye.

Points to develop:
• Brenhoma’s society is a superstitious one
• The unity of the community
• The bravery of the town
• Their reverence for the dead
• The communal and cooperative spirit of the people of Brenhoma

Note: Narrate the cordial and intimate relationship existing between Aunty Ifeoma and her father.

Points to develop:
• The love and intimacy between Aunty Ifeoma and her father
• She defends him against the harassments of Eugene
• They pray for each other
• Despite her Christian beliefs, Aunty Ifeoma respects her father’s traditional beliefs in life and in death.
• Her insistence that he should be buried in the traditional way at his death

Note: Give a detailed analysis of the character Eugene from Amaka’s point of view.

Points to develop:

Note: Compare and contrast the leadership prowess of both characters.

Point to develop:

Note: Conflict is literary element that involves a struggle between two opposing forces. In your narration highlight how order and chaos fights for supremacy in the novel.

Points to develop:

Note: Do a character sketch of Santiago in relation to him being a fisherman.

Points to develop:

 

Note: Narrative techniques are the methods and devices writers use to tell stories. Highlight and discuss the various devices employed by the persona in telling his stay.

Points to develop:

Note: Do a character sketch of Mr Onyindze and Mr Borofosem, highlighting the differences and similarities in both characters.

Points to develop:

 

Note: Colonialism is the practice of domination, which involves the subjugation of one people to another. In your narration, bring out the unfavorable influences of westernization as highlighted by the persona in the play

Points to develop:                    

 

Note: Do a brief character sketch of Lawumi and Anlugbua, the essence of their meeting, and the role of the gods in the play.

Points to develop:

 

Note: Chorus provides commentary on the actions of characters to establish a close connection between the audience and what is happening on stage, they prepare the audience for dramatic shifts. Who are the chorus and how did they provide us with the necessary information needed to understand the drama?

Points to develop:

Note: A hero is a fictional character who in the face of danger combats adversity through feats of ingenuity, courage, and strength. Draw out characters from the play who displayed such attributes

Points to develop:

Note: Highlight how the battle at Slivnitza introduced us to different characters and the role of the battle as the center of action in the play.

Points to develop:

Note: Give a summary of Jack’s life before the revelation, then proceed to the essence of his true identity to the development of the plot.

Points to develop:

Note: From a reader’s perspective, explore the portrayal of the upper class as superior in the play.

Points to develop:

 

Note: Imagery is a literacy device used by poets or other writers to create a mental picture in the mind of the reader. Those pictures appeal to the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and skin. Therefore, you are expected to bring out these devices as used by the poetic persona from the poem.

Points to develop:

 

Note: You are expected to describe the theme of poverty in accordance with the structure of the poem; each stanza has a developing point on the theme of poverty.

Points to develop:

Note: Through the lines and stanzas, state critically in your narration the poetic persons’ view of man’s attitude towards himself and God

Points to develop:

 

Note: In your narration show the instances of emotions and wishes of the slain soldiers in the poem

Points to develop: