JOURNAL OF LANGUAGES, LINGUISTICS AND LITERARY STUDIES

IMO STATE UNIVERSITY

International Journal of Languages, Linguistics and Literary Studies | Imo State University, Owerri
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Journal of Languages, Linguistics and Literary Studies is a revered journal published by the Editorial Board, Imo State University (IMSU), Faculty of Humanities, Department of French, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria, Africa. All views on conclusions contained in the journal are those of the authors of the articles. JOLLS prioritises dissemination of original research works of academics in Nigeria and international tertiary institutions. The Editorial Board hopes that the journal will serve as an effective medium for rapid communication among researchers on language, linguistics and literary studies, in Nigeria and beyond. JOLLS is published four times in a year, January, March, June and October.

VOL. 11 (1) JANUARY 2022 PAPERS

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Adichie’s Americanah: Remembering Home, Negotiating Identity

Charles Cliff Feghabo PDF

Intertextuality in Political Discourse: A Study of President Mohammadu Buhari’s 2015 Inaugural Speech                                               

Stephen Magor Ellah  PDF

Exclusion Sociale dans La Greve Des Battu d’Aminata  Sow Fall: Une Lecture Sociocritique

Nwoko, Chidiebere ThankGod & Ali, Onwuamaeze

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Exploring the Signification of visible face makeup among Nigerian Women Patience Obiageri Solomon-Etefia  & John Odo Onu PDF

Media Sensation and Injustice on Domestic Violence and Incest in Motshabi Tyelele’s Shwele Bwawo! (A Grave Injustice)!

Lydia J. Adamu, John H. Thliza &  Titus V. Blamah   PDF

Sociocultural Considerations and the Challenges of Literary Translation: The Case of L’Aventure Ambiguë Into The Ambiguous Adventure

Saliha Ladan PDF

Rhetorical Tropes of Nationhood in Nigeria’s Presidential Campaign Speeches

1Yunana Ahmed, 2Monday Agbonica Bello Eje & 3Charles Z. Sabe PDF

“Plandemic” and “Hunger Virus”: A Morpho-pragmatic Study of Coronavirus Related Neologisms

God’sgift Ogban Uwen & Stephen Magor Ellah   PDF