Second Class Citizen

Lesson 2: African Prose for SHS (Second Class Citizen)

Lesson 2 of the WASSCE/SHS African Prose Course on Second Class Citizen focuses on the plot summary of the novel. All the main events and key plot points in the story are here to give students a foundation to build upon. Are you ready for the plot summary of Second Class Citizen? You can now […]

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90 Frequently Asked Questions About Second Class Citizen (with Answers)

In this post, you will have concise short answers to the most frequently asked questions (FAQ) about Second Class Citizen. These frequently asked questions and answers on Second Class Citizen are about the themes, characters, plot and other literary devices or figures of speech in the novel. Make sure to check out questions #71 and

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Justify the Title of the Novel Second Class Citizen

This essay will attempt to justify the title of the novel Second Class Citizen by addressing five important aspects of the topic. These are the meaning of the phrase ‘second class citizen’, what might have prompted Buchi Emecheta to give the title Second Class Citizen to her novel, incidents in the novel that justify the

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The Theme of Gender Discrimination in Second Class Citizen

In this tutorial, we shall take an in-depth look at the theme of gender discrimination in Second Class Citizen by Buchi Emecheta. I will take you through the following important aspects of the theme of discrimination against girls and women in the novel. What is the main theme of Second Class Citizen? Instances of gender

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The Theme of Education in Second Class Citizen

The theme of education in Second Class Citizen centres on the question of female education versus male education. In Second Class Citizen, the theme of education is developed through the experiences of characters like Adah, Boy and Francis. This tutorial will take you through the essential aspects of the theme of education in Buchi Emecheta’s

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The Theme of Conflict in Second Class Citizen

The theme of conflict in Second Class Citizen takes such forms as conflict between opposing ideas, conflict between opposing ideals or dreams, conflict between genders, personality clashes, conflict between Nigerian ethnic groups in London and marital conflicts between husband and wife. Here are some instances of the theme of conflict in Second Class Citizen. Conflict

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Literature Lessons for High School – 1

These Literature Lessons for High School are intended to be a series of multiple learning and teaching guides for high school Literature students and teachers. I will do my best to share with you as many Literature lessons for high school as possible. Rather than pack all the Literature lesson plans for high schools inside

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6 Quotes About Discrimination in Second Class Citizen

Are you looking for quotes about discrimination in Second Class Citizen by Buchi Emecheta? Then this post is for you. These quotes from the novel, Second Class Citizen relate to the theme of discrimination in general and racial discrimination or racism in particular. As you will soon discover, besides the theme of racism, there is

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Second Class Citizen Summary and Analysis: Plot, Themes & Characters

The Second Class Citizen summary and analysis you are about to read is quite comprehensive. For your convenience, I’ve divided it into various sections to cover the following key topics for any serious study of this novel by Buchi Emecheta. My sole objective is to enable you to know the key points you must concern

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