Meaning and features of Jacobean Revenge Tragedy and Restoration Comedy, comparison and the contrast of The Duchess of Malfi by John Webster and Aphra Behn’s The Rover as a Jacobean Revenge Tragedy and Restoration Comedy respectively.
INTRODUCTION: "Nigeria’s socio-political and economic problems have largely defied scientific, technological and commercial moves towards lasting solutions. Scarcity of essential commodities is on the increase, insecurity of life and property looms high in the horizon, necessary resources for quality teaching and learning in the educational sector are still far from sight. The country’s leadership is not crossing its legs, savouring the conundrum – or is it?..."
The study of aquifer problems in Gosa area of Abuja, North-central Nigeria, has been undertaken. Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria, is underlain by Precambrian basement rocks.
The African man is not complete without his culture because it is in his culture he can be identified. This explains the generally admitted position that culture gives a people a unique identity. I will appreciate if you read, review and rate this work. Thanks for your interest.
The rate at which our culture and traditions are depreciating and depleting is alarming, therefore the need to reinculcate our culture and traditions to various groups in our society and African at large or our culture would not meet the future generations. Religious differences and sentiments aside. Thus this research is conducted towards promotion of our (African) cultural heritage.
Clash of divinity is like a two aged sword. Humanity should not avenge for divinity because divinity may seem sluggish in action. Unlike the Umobi people that sees the gods as a weak vessel by fighting for it, which is improper in real sense.
The growth of modern technology and the sophistication of society over a period of time became a big challenge for traditional media of communication.
The question should Humanity avenge for divinity is a tricky question. if you read the book “clash of divinity” by Reuben Onyishi you will notice that there is conflict in religion between the members of assemblies Divine and the people of Imobi who are traditional worshippers. The problem started when pastor Dinma tried to forcibly put the yoke of Christianity on the people unlike pastor Udo who tried to introduce different doctrine slowly.