The Character and Role of Fofo in Faceless

Reading Time: 7 minutes The character and role of Fofo in Faceless is one big predictable topic for both students and teachers of WASSCE Literature-i-English, isn’t it? I daresay there is no teacher nor student of Literature-in-English who wouldn’t have thought about the role Read More …

The Significance of Fofo’s Dream in Faceless

Reading Time: 4 minutes   Book One, Chapter One of Faceless opens with Fofo’s dream while she sleeps on a piece of old cardboard in front of a provisions store in the Agbogbloshie market place. But before we discuss the significance of the only Read More …

Describe the Attempts Made by Poison to Hide Baby T’s Identity

Reading Time: 4 minutes Baby T’s identity after her death remains a mystery to the people of MUTE and Harvest FM for some time. The person who goes to great lengths to hide Baby T’s identity is Poison. We shall begin this tutorial about Read More …

The Role of Ms Kamame in Faceless

Reading Time: 3 minutes We are taking a close look at the role of Ms Kamame in Faceless, a novel by Amma Darko Ms Kamame is a social worker with The Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG), a Ghanaian non-governmental organization. The role of Read More …

The Significance of the First Encounter Between Kabria and Fofo at the Agbogbloshie Market

Reading Time: 7 minutes   This tutorial is about the significance of the first encounter between Kabria and Fofo at the Agbogbloshie Market. For you to do proper justice to a question about the first encounter between Kabria and Fofo at the Agbogbloshie Market, Read More …

The Character and Role of Kabria in Faceless

Reading Time: 4 minutes   In this tutorial on  the character and role of Kabria in Amma Darko’s Faceless, we will delve into the following major points. I trust that you will pay close attention to these aspects of the character called Kabria in Read More …

Scene Four Summary of Harvest of Corruption

Reading Time: 3 minutes   In our summary of Scene Three of Frank Ogodo Ogbeche’s play, Harvest of Corruption, we see the bizarre manner in which Justice Odili dismisses the drug case against Aloho “for want of evidence”. In this Scene Four summary of Read More …

A Summary and Analysis of Chapter Four of Faceless by Amma Darko

Reading Time: 9 minutes   AMMA DARKO: FACELESS Chapter Summaries of Faceless: Chapter Four Here is a secret for you: Chapter Four of Faceless is loaded. Simple truth. Take it; or leave it at your own peril. You know why? Chapter Four of Faceless Read More …

10 Useful Extracts from Amma Darko’s Novel, Faceless

Reading Time: 6 minutes   Are you a Literature-in-English student? Are you an independent learner preparing for WASSCE or any other examination? Are you expecting to answer one or more essay questions based on Amma Darko’s novel, Faceless? I have good news for you. Read More …

Comment on the View That Baby T is a Victim of Social Injustice

Reading Time: 3 minutes   Amma Darko portrays Baby T as a victim of social injustice. The premature death of Baby T is clearly an avoidable one. It is the injustices in the society which this girl came to meet that bring about her Read More …

Analysis of Piano and Drums: Subject Matter, Themes and Poetic Devices

Reading Time: 10 minutes   Let’s analyze the poem, Piano and Drums, shall we? Piano and Drums Analyzed: Subject Matter, Themes and Poetic Devices The study guide you are about to read in this Literature tutorial will help you to better understand the subject Read More …

The Character and Role of Ochuole in Harvest of Corruption

Reading Time: 5 minutes   Hello.   This tutorial is designed for one key purpose. It is meant to provide you with a full assessment of the character and role of Ochuole in Frank Ogodo Ogbeche’s play,  Harvest of Corruption.   Let’s set the Read More …

Extracts From My Readings – Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart

Reading Time: 5 minutes   Chinua Achebe remains one of the greatest writers the continent of Africa has ever produced. Reading his works has taught me useful lessons about the history of my people, how they came into contact with Europe and the indelible marks Read More …

Memorable Excerpt from Shakespeare’s Tragedy, Hamlet, The Prince of Denmark

Reading Time: < 1 minute   Here is the origin of the saying: Neither a lender nor a borrower be. Neither a lender nor a borrower be is part of the fatherly advice given by Polonius, arguably the most colourful and interesting character in the tragedy, Hamlet, to Read More …