Entries on Literature
Towards a Universal Tragic Vision in J.P. Clark’s Song of a Goat by Odoh, Onyeka Emeka. In his ‘History, Literature and Geography,’ the postcolonial critic, Edward Said agrees with Antonio Gramsci that ‘all ideas, all texts, all writings are embedded in actual geographic situations that make them possible’ (Said 322). This critic seems to have agreed with Hippolyte Tanie’s triadic literary factors that a literary piece is a composite of the message (it has), the moment (that produces it) and the milieu (where it has been given birth to).
Individuality should be maintained, and everyone should be on their own until they are ready to work into one’s own interest also and vice versa.