JOURNAL OF LANGUAGES, LINGUISTICS AND LITERARY STUDIES

IMO STATE UNIVERSITY

Journal of Linguistics, Languages 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 three times in a year, March, June and October.

June 2019 PAPERS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Cultural alienation and exploitation: The immigrant experience in Chimamanda Adichie’s “Arrangers of marriage”

Itang Ede Egbung & Winnie Zana Akpagu

 

1-6
Exploration of the Theory of Conversational Implicature in the Poems “Coal” and “Hanging Fire” by Audre Lorde. Adaoma Igwedibia & Christian Anieke  7-21

L’immigré Africain face aux problèmes de la polygamie en Europe a travers Casse pas ton balai d’Eugene Mpundu

Busari Lasisi  22-28

Historical Realities in Selected Works of Leila Sebbar

Awolaja, Abiodun Adebayo 29-40
Content and Techniques in Contemporary Nigerian Spoken Word Poetry Omajuwa, Ogugua & Kaine, Nnemtem  41-47
Assessment of Interruption and Overlapping among Igbo and Sesotho people in Intercultural Discourse Ideh Amaka Edith  48-57
Les défis  écologiques et le développement humain : Une étude de Gouverneurs de la Rosee de Jacques Roumain Dorothy Ume-Ezeoke  58-63
Les pratiques anti-démocratiques des impérialistes français en Afrique à travers Monné, outrages et défis d’Ahmadou Kourouma. Adisa Akinkorede Somana  64-72

Style in Selected Headlines of Niyi Osundare’s Columns in Newswatch

                

Isaiah Aluya, Beatrice Kofoworola & Terver Jime

73-82
Contextualizing Power Dynamics in Dul Johnson’s Deeper into the Night and Olusegun Adeniyi’s Power, Politics and Death

Joseph Christopher C.P. & Joyce Onoromhenre Agofure  

 83-90
The Relevance of Language and Literature in National Integration and Development        

Vanessa Chivir Adzer    

91-96
L’influence de la culture dans la traduction

Nkechinyere O. Chidi-Mbah

97-102

Multidisciplinary Assessment of Reading Skills among New-Intakes in Nigeria University (South-East) – A 21st Century Issues

 

Ojinuka, Ngozi H. & Igbozurike, Ijeoma H.

103-108
Morphological Errors in the Essay of Students of English as a Second Language

Anyanjor, Tina A 

109-115
Ellipsis in Ngwa-Igbo

Nneoma Fyne Ugorji

116-128

 

La compétence linguistique des apprenants Yoruba en classe de français langue étrangère et la formation des noms au pluriel

Ajani Akinwumi Lateef   

129-138
Les articles: étude comparée du Français et du Gworok             

Amina Ruth Swanta-Akanet

139-148
Exploring French Language Studies for an Effective Conflict Resolution between Nigeria and her Francophone Neighbours

Offor, Ngozika Ogechukwu & Oguchi Uzoamaka Tessy

149-156
La notion de l’équivalence en traduction des proverbes et des idiomes dans le film Havoc de Gabriel Moses

Epundu, Amaka Christiana & Egwim, Chinekwu Victoria

157-165
Une lecture écocritique de L’emploi du temps de Michel Butor

Abdulmalik Ismail

 166-173
Màda Double Object Constructions: A Problem for the Case Theory          

Samuel, Nuhu Baba &  Izang, Abigail Ambi    

174-184

Gender Inequality: The Effect on National Development

  

Nnamdi-Chukwu Chinyere & Ojinuka Ngozi Helen

185-192
Language shift and attrition: Typical sociolinguistic phenomena in Nigeria

Olusanmi Babarinde & Florence Chika Nwosu

193-204
Pragmatic acts in selected Ilorin Waka

Fatai Dare

205-215

A Syntactic Study of Lexical Heads in Kuce: A Principles and Parameters Approach

     

Chinedu Nwadinobi Anyanwu  

216-223