English : Ghanaian Voices on Topics in English Language and Literature : [13] Collection home page

Editors : A. N. Mensah, Jemima A. Anderson, Prince K. Adika

Publisher : Ayebia Clarke Publishing

Date of Publication : 2013

Place of Publication : Oxford

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 13 of 13
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
9-Dec-2013Issues in Defining Ghanaian Language-English Bilingualism : A Sociolinguistic PerspectiveAnsah, G.
9-Dec-2013Polite Requests in Non-Native Varieties of English: The Case of Ghanaian EnglishAnderson, J.A.
9-Dec-2013The Nominal Group in Ghanaian Student Pidgin: Some Preliminary ObservationsWiredu, J.F.
9-Dec-2013Student Pidgin – A Ghanaian Pidgin-Sound-Alike Youth LanguageDako, K.
9-Dec-2013Prescriptivism and the Second Language Learner of EnglishDadzie, A.B.K.
9-Dec-2013Significance of the Minority: A Thematic Study of Armah’s Minor Characters in Why Are We So BlestSackey, A.A.
9-Dec-2013Cutting a Long Story Short: A Semiotic and Postmodern Reading of Veronique Tadjo’sas the Crow FliesAdjei, M.
9-Dec-2013The Highlife and the Ghanaian NovelMensah, A.N.
9-Dec-2013Ethnic or Post-Ethnic Community for Africa? A Critique of Ahmadou Kourouma’s Critique of the Nation in the Suns of IndependenceKorang, K.L.
9-Dec-2013Transnational Impulses in Some Recent Ghanaian Works of ProseAdika, P.K.
9-Dec-2013“The More Storytellers, The Better”: Diversity, Ghanaian Literature and Mabel Dove-Danquah’s FictionYitah, H.
9-Dec-2013The Back Without Which There Is No FrontAnyidoho, K.
9-Dec-2013Truth as ExperienceSenanu, K.E.
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 13 of 13