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Section A

No2
Faceless begins in a slum cynically christened Sodom and Gomorrah  with 14-year-old Fofo narrowly escaping rape by Poison, a Street Lord and local thug.  She flees to her friend Odarley where we learn that Poison controls even the shared toilets and that Fofo is constipated because all she’s had to eat is bread.  The scene then shifts abruptly to the middle-class life of Kabria, a good-hearted researcher for MUTE, an NGO which is a repository for alternate stories not found in books. Kabria is harassed by her demanding children and a bone-idle husband who expects his wife to wait on him even though she is in full time work as well. (Gender relations has been a theme in many of the recent African novels I’ve read).

When Kabria and Fofo cross paths, the young girl’s back story is gradually revealed.  Like her older sister Baby T., she is cast out to fend for herself by her feckless mother Maa Tsuro, and like Baby T. she becomes a prostitute.  Baby T. was found brutally murdered in the marketplace in another Accra slum called Agbogbloshie, and would have become just another forgotten casualty of slum life were it not for Kabria and her friend Dina at MUTE.  They enlist the help of Sylv from a community radio station, and together they confront the shocking truth about Baby T.’s short life.

*waec 2018 literature in English prose questions*

_Answer one question only from this section_

*Amma Darko: Faceless*

(1) - Explain kabira's presense in the hairdressing saloon at agbogbloshie.

(2) - Comment on the significance of Sodom and Gomorrah IN the novel.


*Bayo Adebowale:* _Lonely days_

(3) - "No woman's life is ever complete without a man". How is this applicable to Yaremi IN the novel?

(4) - Examine the author's narrative technique in the novel.


*Section B*

Answer one question each from this section.

*Richard Wright: Native son*

(5) - Discuss the role of the black clergy IN the novel.

(6) - What have you learned about black life from the conversation between Bigger and Gus at the entrance to the pool room.

*Horace Walpole: The castle of otranto*


(7) - Comment on the significance of Conrad's death in the novel.

(8) - Examine the relationship between Manfred and Hippolita*waec 2018 literature in English prose questions*

_Answer one question only from this section_

*Amma Darko: Faceless*

(1) - Explain kabira's presense in the hairdressing saloon at agbogbloshie.

(2) - Comment on the significance of Sodom and Gomorrah IN the novel.


*Bayo Adebowale:* _Lonely days_

(3) - "No woman's life is ever complete without a man". How is this applicable to Yaremi IN the novel?

(4) - Examine the author's narrative technique in the novel.


*Section B*

Answer one question each from this section.

*Richard Wright: Native son*

(5) - Discuss the role of the black clergy IN the novel.

(6) - What have you learned about black life from the conversation between Bigger and Gus at the entrance to the pool room.

*Horace Walpole: The castle of otranto*


(7) - Comment on the significance of Conrad's death in the novel.

(8) - Examine the relationship between Manfred and Hippolita


(8)
Manfred, Prince of Otranto – an arrogant, unprincipled man who lives in the shadow of a curse

Hippolita, the wife of Manfred – a noble, virtuous and religious woman who loves her husband, although he does not deserve her love
Manfred becomes obsessed with finding and marrying Isabella. But, first, he must divorce Hippolita. She is a devout woman who will do as a priest asks her, so Manfred wants the priest, Jerome, to convince her to accept the divorce. Since Isabella has asked for shelter in the church until her father arrives, Jerome is well-aware of Manfred’s ill intent toward her. There is some confusion here – some believe the father is dead, but she believes he is alive.

Conrad – the son of Manfred and Hippolita, who dies at age 15
Matilda – the beautiful, sweet daughter of Manfred and Hippolita, who is 18


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