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9789970510030 - Patrick Ebewo: Barbs: A Study of Satire in the Plays of: A Study of Satire in the Plays of Whole Soyinka - Book

Patrick Ebewo (?):

Barbs: A Study of Satire in the Plays of: A Study of Satire in the Plays of Whole Soyinka (2002) (?)

Delivery from: SpainBook is in english languageUsed book, not a new book.
ISBN:

9789970510030 (?) or 9970510037

, in english, 240 pages, JAN Publishing Centre, Used
Normalmente se envía en el plazo de 1-2 días laborable
Tapa blanda, Label: JAN Publishing Centre, JAN Publishing Centre, Produktgruppe: Libro, Publiziert: 2002-01-01, Studio: JAN Publishing Centre
Keywords: Libros en idiomas extranjeros, Literatura y ficción, Historia, teoría y crítica literaria
Data from 08/31/2014 13:03h
ISBN (alternative notations): 9970-510-03-7, 978-9970-510-03-0
Archive entry:
9789970510030 - Patrick Ebewo: Barbs: A Study of Satire in the Plays of - Book

Patrick Ebewo (?):

Barbs: A Study of Satire in the Plays of (2002) (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaBook is in english languageThis is a paperback bookUsed book, not a new book.
ISBN:

9789970510030 (?) or 9970510037

, in english, 240 pages, JAN Publishing Centre, Paperback, Used
Usually ships in 1-2 business days
A wide-ranging introduction to Wole Soyinka's dramatic literature and an in-depth and comprehensive study of satire in fourteen of Soyinka's plays from Childe Internationale to King Baabu, and the sketches in Before the Blackout. Ebewo treats satire as an instrument of criticism, a literary genre and an institution in society. He explores the history and definition of satire in various cultural contexts, approaching Soyinka as an African satirist influenced by Western and African satirical modes. He considers the functions of comic and tragic satire in Soyinka's exposes of Africa's socio-political scene and politicians, religious hypocrites, mystic opportunists, greedy women and prostitutes. The author also offers some thoughts on the efficacy of satire and Soyinka's literature as a weapon for addressing contemporary problems and effecting change in society. Chris Dunton introduces the study and comments: 'Ebewo's emphasis on the importance of satire in Soyinka's dramatic output is invaluable, as it makes us see that this work both addresses the immediate and constantly peers beyond this...Ebewo has added a substantial volume to the exegesis on Soyinka's drama.', paperback, Label: JAN Publishing Centre, JAN Publishing Centre, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2002-01-01, Studio: JAN Publishing Centre, Verkaufsrang: 8249607
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Keywords: Books, Humor & Entertainment, Satire, Theories of Humor, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Criticism & Theory
Data from 08/31/2014 13:03h
ISBN (alternative notations): 9970-510-03-7, 978-9970-510-03-0
Archive entry:
9789970510030 - Patrick Ebewo: Barbs: A Study of Satire in the Plays of - Book

Patrick Ebewo (?):

Barbs: A Study of Satire in the Plays of (2002) (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaBook is in english languageThis is a paperback bookNew book
ISBN:

9789970510030 (?) or 9970510037

, in english, 240 pages, JAN Publishing Centre, Paperback, New
Usually ships in 1-2 business days
A wide-ranging introduction to Wole Soyinka's dramatic literature and an in-depth and comprehensive study of satire in fourteen of Soyinka's plays from Childe Internationale to King Baabu, and the sketches in Before the Blackout. Ebewo treats satire as an instrument of criticism, a literary genre and an institution in society. He explores the history and definition of satire in various cultural contexts, approaching Soyinka as an African satirist influenced by Western and African satirical modes. He considers the functions of comic and tragic satire in Soyinka's exposes of Africa's socio-political scene and politicians, religious hypocrites, mystic opportunists, greedy women and prostitutes. The author also offers some thoughts on the efficacy of satire and Soyinka's literature as a weapon for addressing contemporary problems and effecting change in society. Chris Dunton introduces the study and comments: 'Ebewo's emphasis on the importance of satire in Soyinka's dramatic output is invaluable, as it makes us see that this work both addresses the immediate and constantly peers beyond this...Ebewo has added a substantial volume to the exegesis on Soyinka's drama.', paperback, Label: JAN Publishing Centre, JAN Publishing Centre, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2002-01-01, Studio: JAN Publishing Centre, Verkaufsrang: 8249607
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Keywords: Books, Humor & Entertainment, Satire, Theories of Humor, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Criticism & Theory
Data from 08/31/2014 13:03h
ISBN (alternative notations): 9970-510-03-7, 978-9970-510-03-0
Archive entry:
9789970510030 - Patrick Ebewo: Barbs: A Study of Satire in the Plays of Wole Soyinka - Book

Patrick Ebewo (?):

Barbs: A Study of Satire in the Plays of Wole Soyinka (2003) (?)

Delivery from: ItalyBook is in english languageNew book
ISBN:

9789970510030 (?) or 9970510037

, in english, 240 pages, Jan Pub Centre, New
Generalmente spedito in 1-2 giorni lavorativi
Copertina flessibile, Label: Jan Pub Centre, Jan Pub Centre, Produktgruppe: Libro, Publiziert: 2003-07, Studio: Jan Pub Centre
Keywords: Libri in altre lingue, Letteratura e narrativa, Storia della letteratura e critica letteraria
Data from 08/31/2014 13:03h
ISBN (alternative notations): 9970-510-03-7, 978-9970-510-03-0
Archive entry:
9789970510030 - Patrick Ebewo: Barbs: A Study of Satire in the Plays of - Book

Patrick Ebewo (?):

Barbs: A Study of Satire in the Plays of (2002) (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaBook is in english languageThis is a paperback bookUsed book, not a new book.
ISBN:

9789970510030 (?) or 9970510037

, in english, 240 pages, JAN Publishing Centre, Paperback, Used
Usually ships in 1-2 business days
A wide-ranging introduction to Wole Soyinka's dramatic literature and an in-depth and comprehensive study of satire in fourteen of Soyinka's plays from Childe Internationale to King Baabu, and the sketches in Before the Blackout. Ebewo treats satire as an instrument of criticism, a literary genre and an institution in society. He explores the history and definition of satire in various cultural contexts, approaching Soyinka as an African satirist influenced by Western and African satirical modes. He considers the functions of comic and tragic satire in Soyinka's exposes of Africa's socio-political scene and politicians, religious hypocrites, mystic opportunists, greedy women and prostitutes. The author also offers some thoughts on the efficacy of satire and Soyinka's literature as a weapon for addressing contemporary problems and effecting change in society. Chris Dunton introduces the study and comments: 'Ebewo's emphasis on the importance of satire in Soyinka's dramatic output is invaluable, as it makes us see that this work both addresses the immediate and constantly peers beyond this...Ebewo has added a substantial volume to the exegesis on Soyinka's drama.', paperback, Label: JAN Publishing Centre, JAN Publishing Centre, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2002-01-01, Studio: JAN Publishing Centre, Verkaufsrang: 10148224
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Keywords: Books, Humor & Entertainment, Satire, Theories of Humor, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Criticism & Theory, Genres & Styles, Drama, Regional & Cultural, African
Data from 07/30/2015 01:57h
ISBN (alternative notations): 9970-510-03-7, 978-9970-510-03-0

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