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2015 Literature WAEC Past Theory Questions CBT

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Note: Show in your narration that Pokuwaa and her mother’s relationship has its bass in the Ghanaian matrilineal inheritance and that the offspring of sons belong to the family of the son’s wives.

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Note: Describe Tano as a man and as a god to whom people offer sacrifices to.

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Note: Discuss in details the characters Eugene and Beatrice relating it to the relationship between them

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Note: State clearly in your narration the significance of the military to the development of the plot.

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Note: State clearly in your narration the significance of the military to the development of the plot.

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Note: Do not focus majorly on Piggy’s character, rather on her glasses.

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Note: The question does not state that you should discuss the character, rather highlight and discuss in detail the success of Old man’s last fishing trip.

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Note: Of what importance is Santiago’s dream about the lions to the development of the study.

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Note: The setting of a piece of literature is the time and place in which the story takes place. Explore the various settings used by the persona and its importance to the story.

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Note: Specifically, narrate the use of humor at the wedding reception and not the use of humor generally in the play.

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Note: How did Orisaya’s insanity add to the development of the plot?

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Note: Looking beyond the character sketch of Iyunloye in the play, describe her defense as a victim.

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Note: Narrate in detail how the dramatist persona treats romantic love in the play.

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Note: Narrate the conflict between these characters and how it was eventually resolved.

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Note: Irony is when there are two contradictory meanings of the same situation, event, image, sentence, phrase, or story. In your narration bring out instances of Irony in the play.

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Note: Narrate the character and her significance to the development of the story

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Note: In your narration bring out instances from the poem of identity crisis.

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Note: Highlight and discuss the poetic persona’s experience as a Blackman in his work.

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Note: Mood is a literary element that evokes certain feelings in readers through words and descriptions. Describe the distinct moods of the poetic persona at various stages in the poem.

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Note: With necessary explanation and references drawn from the poem, describe the errand of the soul in the poem.

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Note: Show in your narration that Pokuwaa and her mother’s relationship has its bass in the Ghanaian matrilineal inheritance and that the offspring of sons belong to the family of the son’s wives.

Points to develop:

Note: Describe Tano as a man and as a god to whom people offer sacrifices to.

Points to develop:

Note: Discuss in details the characters Eugene and Beatrice relating it to the relationship between them

Points to develop:

Note: State clearly in your narration the significance of the military to the development of the plot.

Points to develop

 

Note: State clearly in your narration the significance of the military to the development of the plot.

Points to develop

 

Note: Do not focus majorly on Piggy’s character, rather on her glasses.

Points to develop:

Note: The question does not state that you should discuss the character, rather highlight and discuss in detail the success of Old man’s last fishing trip.

Points to develop:

 

Note: Of what importance is Santiago’s dream about the lions to the development of the study.

Points to develop:

Note: The setting of a piece of literature is the time and place in which the story takes place. Explore the various settings used by the persona and its importance to the story.

Points to develop:

 

Note: Specifically, narrate the use of humor at the wedding reception and not the use of humor generally in the play.

Points to develop:

Note: How did Orisaya’s insanity add to the development of the plot?

Points to develop:

Note: Looking beyond the character sketch of Iyunloye in the play, describe her defense as a victim.

Points to develop:

Note: Narrate in detail how the dramatist persona treats romantic love in the play.

Points to develop:

Note: Narrate the conflict between these characters and how it was eventually resolved.

Points to consider:

 

Note: Irony is when there are two contradictory meanings of the same situation, event, image, sentence, phrase, or story. In your narration bring out instances of Irony in the play.

Point to develop:

 

Note: Narrate the character and her significance to the development of the story

Points to develop:

 

Note: In your narration bring out instances from the poem of identity crisis.

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Note: Highlight and discuss the poetic persona’s experience as a Blackman in his work.

Points to develop:

Note: Mood is a literary element that evokes certain feelings in readers through words and descriptions. Describe the distinct moods of the poetic persona at various stages in the poem.

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Note: With necessary explanation and references drawn from the poem, describe the errand of the soul in the poem.

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