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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 17 of 17
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2011Controlling deviant wives: Marriage and justice in the early Ghanaian novelYitah, H.; Kari, D.
2011Conceptions of Motherhood in Proverbs Used by Ghanaian WomenYitah, H.
2011Rethinking the African American Great Migration Narrative: Reading Zora Neale Hurston’s Jonah’s Gourd VineYitah, H.
Jun-2012Kasena Women’s Critique of Gender Justice through Proverbial JestingYitah, H.
2010Compliments and Compliment Response Strategies in English in GhanaAnderson, J.A.; Ossom, C.
2009Polite Requests in Non-Native Varieties of English: The Case of Ghanaian EnglishAnderson, J.A.
Aug-2011Powerful women in powerless language: Media misrepresentation of African women in politics (the case of Liberia)Anderson, J.A.; Diabah, G.; hMensa, P.A.
2009Children’s literature in Ghana: A surveyYitah, H.; Komasi, M.
2009Fighting with proverbs; Kasena women’s (Re) Definition of female personhood through proverbial jestingYitah, H.
2009Authenticity, past and present in Ghanaian children’s literatureYitah, H.; Komasi, M.
2009Current perspectives in phono-syntax and dialectologyAdika, G.S.K.; Fabunmi, F.A.; Salawu, A.S.
2010The dynamics of place in Lee Smith’s Saving GraceYitah, H.
2010Infelicitous use of anaphoric `this’ in undergraduate academic writingAdika, G.S.K.
2007Throwing stones in Jest: Kasena women’s proverbial revoltYitah, H.
2007(At) Tiring the Naked: Benjamin Kwakye’s Allegory of the Nation in the Clothes of NakednessYitah, H.
2008The native’s nightmares as enabling discourse in Richard Wright’s native son.Yitah, H.
2008Disgrace, displacement and reparation in J.M. Coetzee’s Disgrace.Yitah, H.
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 17 of 17