[2019/2020 WAEC GCE] 2019 GCE WAEC Correct Literature-In-English 2 (Prose) , 1 (Objective) & 3 (Drama & Poetry) Questions And Answers Now Posted Here

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WAEC GCE Literature-In-English 2(Prose) , 1(Objective) & 3 (Drama & Poetry) SOLUTIONS*

Section A
African prose

Literature OBJ
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SECTION A

(3)
Yaremi is mocked at and abandoned by those who should be there for her to comfort her. She is left to cater for herself and her grandson, Woye. Woye is Yaremi’s grandson. He is the son of Segi, Yaremi’s daughter. He lived with Yaremi until it was time for him to start school in Olode. He kept Yaremi company and assisted her in making taffeta products which she sold in different markets. In other words Yaremi is now left with her grandson and her taffeta dyeing business. These are her only consolation and she wastes no time in giving herself to them. Woye is not bothered by the present state of things, being only a child. Lately, he has begun to show serious signs of his interest in schooling. Without hesitation, he tells his mother Segi, about his desire to go back to Olode with her to start schooling. The time is ripe to enroll Woye in the kindergarten school and the Anglican Junior Primary School at Olode is Segis choice for her son. Early the following morning, Segi and her son bid farewell to Yaremi, leaving her lonelier than before. She is not happy with Woyes departure, but she is not going to deny her grandson education.

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Q1)

After the mysterious death of her elder sister, Baby T, Fofo demands
for justice from the government. Through stings of events, she
comes across Kabria, a mother of three and a member of MUTE that was portrayed to poison in the mute company
MUTE is a non governmental. Organisation primarily invested in portion and information building. Kabria with the rest of the
members of MUTE and the presenter of Harvest FM; Slyo Po
embarks on investigative journalism and research work to unveil the
causes of street life for children and more importantly, to unravel the
mystery surrounding the death of Baby T, a street child.

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Q5)
*CNS TEAM*

Mary’s ignorance of her privilege and the fear it causes Bigger form
the backdrop of the series of events that unfortunately spell her end.
Let’s take a look at her final moments alive.
Mary and Jan take Bigger out for food. As they drive through the
night, the two white folks hand a bottle of rum back and forth. Then
they give Bigger a few swigs. Mary gets out of the car, clearly
drunk, and asks Bigger to help her to her room. She passes out in
Bigger’s arms while his fear grows as he tries to find her room.
Mary keeps falling against Bigger, brushing various parts of her body
against him. He notices these glancing brushes and eventually leans
into a kiss, knowing it is wrong. His hands slide along her body and
her breasts fall into them. Mary sleeps all through his groping.
Suddenly, Mary’s blind mother walks into the room. Bigger holds first
his hand and then a pillow in front of Mary’s mouth to try and keep
her from making a noise to reveal him. He ends up pushing too hard
and Mary dies while her mother is in the room. Mrs. Dalton only
believes Mary to be ”dead drunk” and eventually leaves.

Q6) It was seen as significance to many characters in the novel because it provides vivid evidence to the court house to prove his criminal tendencies, making it easier to convict him for the murder of mary Dalton

Bessie’s murder is no more planned than Mary’s was; again, Bigger murders simply because he can see no other choice available to him. In Bessie’s case, Bigger is on the run from the police, and Bessie has become a nuisance. As he waits with her in an abandoned building, he considers his options: If he leaves her behind, she’ll almost certainly tell the truth when she is found and questioned. On the other hand, he cannot take her with him, because she’s highly emotional and will slow him down. Faced with these two choices, Bigger chooses a tragic third option: he first rapes Bessie, and then kills her and throws her body down a shaft.

Discussion of Bessie’s Murder at Bigger’s Trial
Although Bessie’s murder is far more violent than Mary’s, Bigger is never tried for it. In fact, Bessie’s murder is only used as evidence in Bigger’s trial for murdering Mary. Max, Bigger’s lawyer, notes this at the trial:

SECTION C

(10)
The Theme of Culture / Conflict
Culture in Piano and Drums by Gabriel Okara
In the poem “Piano and Drums” the poet Gabriel Okara depicts and contrasts two different cultures through symbolism of pianos and drums. The Poem is divided into four stanzas. The first two stanzas represent the “drum” culture and the second two stanzas show the “piano” culture. The description of the drums is in two stanzas, but is one sentence long. The first line of the first stanza:
‘When at break of day at a riverside’
Uses trochees to emphasize the deliberate broken rhythm. The stanza has savage words, “bleeding flesh,” “urgent raw,” “leopard snarling,” “spears poised,” to show that this is a primitive culture, one which has dependency on the environment, as is represented by the “hunters crouch with spears poised.” The environment in this culture is physically dangerous, surrounded by wild animals. Drums here are a way of communication, and “jungle drums telegraphing the mystic rhythm, urgent, raw…” shows the way of life in this culture. This is life which is simple, near the beginnings of man. The stanza … … middle of paper …
…with one another, with Drums illustrating primitive behaviour, and a savage, dangerous culture. The connotations of the piano are complex and technical. The piano uses significantly different word sounds, showing that it is learnt, westernized and intricate compared to the drums which is instinctive and naturally acquired, and simple.
The poem uses no set rhyme pattern which suits the poem as it has an undecided effect, emphasizing the confusion of the persona over his future.
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*SECTION D*
*NON-AFRICAN POETRY*

Q11

This symbolic title represents the relationship between the man within
the poem and god collar in this poem may refer to the collar that
priests wear to show their devotion to god and the faith to take off the
collar is to defy god and a vocation to ministry. Herbert’s poetry uses a
great deal of imagery and metaphor he speaks of life as a journey of
man as a window, a flower in a garden, or a building of a heart as an
altar one that i really like is the sonnet entitled “prayer 1,” which is a
list of metaphorical phrases that describe what prayer is and what it
means. John donne, george herbert, richard crashaw, henry vaughan in
an essay on men, what is the relationship between god and man
alexander pope what is surprising about the close relationship between
george whitefield and john wesley isaac watts. Best answer: 1) what
similarities can you find between a book and a frigate, a courser, and a
chariot they all take you to another place and time, either mentally or
physically 2) according to the poet, what is god’s motive for depriving
man of rest to make man come to him 3)

*EAGLE TEAM*
*SECTION B*

*NON AFRICAN DRAMA*

Q6

*EAGLE TEAM*
…hapter of her life. Mama has had her
dream as far back as she can remember even
though it has been shot down by others
because of her ethnicity. However, many
people hold onto a dream that may seem out
of their reach such as Gail Devers, an
African-American three time Olympic
champion. Devers believed in her dream of
becoming an Olympian when people told her
that she would never be able to do it. She
now advises others by saying, “Keep your
dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything
requires faith and belief in yourself, vision,
hard work, determination, and dedication.
Remember all things are possible for those
who believe” (Devers).
Works Cited

*PART 3*
*SECTION A*

Africa drama

Q1

The conflict is resolved in the ultimate crucifixion of the
character ‘Everyman’. We are left comparing his end with
that of Jesus. Everyman embodies humankind and our
acceptance of the evil in us (the seven deadly sins) – or
our rejection of them. We make the choice. The
consequences are ours… born of the free will we possess.

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INSTRUCTION: Answer any one questions from each section
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SECTION A

(1) The conflict is resolved in the ultimate crucifixion of the character ‘Everyman’. We are left comparing his end with that of Jesus. Everyman embodies humankind and our acceptance of the evil in us (the seven deadly sins) – or our rejection of them. We make the choice. The consequences are ours… born of the free will we possess.
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SECTION B

(6) Assimilation is a prominent theme in a Raisin in the Sun. Assimilation is considered the process of adapting to the culture of a group. The theme of assimilation is first observed in the characters of George Murchison and Mr. Lindner. Lorraine Hansberry uses those characters to emphasize assimilation to
society.
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SECTION C

(9) It has no consistent meter pattern or rhythm. The poem is metaphoric. The two cultures are likened to the anvil and the hammer “Caught between the anvil and the hammer ”. The
colonial experience leading to the independence of many African nations is described as “the forging house of a new life”.
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(10)
The Theme of Culture / Conflict
Culture in Piano and Drums by Gabriel Okara
In the poem “Piano and Drums” the poet Gabriel Okara depicts and contrasts two different cultures through symbolism of pianos and drums. The Poem is divided into four stanzas. The first two stanzas represent the “drum” culture and the second two stanzas show the “piano” culture. The description of the drums is in two stanzas, but is one sentence long. The first line of the first stanza:
‘When at break of day at a riverside’
Uses trochees to emphasize the deliberate broken rhythm. The stanza has savage words, “bleeding flesh,” “urgent raw,” “leopard snarling,” “spears poised,” to show that this is a primitive culture, one which has dependency on the environment, as is represented by the “hunters crouch with spears poised.” The environment in this culture is physically dangerous, surrounded by wild animals. Drums here are a way of communication, and “jungle drums telegraphing the mystic rhythm, urgent, raw” shows the way of life in this culture. This is life which is simple, near the beginnings of man. The stanza … … middle of paper with one another, with Drums illustrating primitive behaviour, and a savage, dangerous culture. The connotations of the piano are complex and technical. The piano uses significantly different word sounds, showing that it is learnt, westernized and intricate compared to the drums which is instinctive and naturally acquired, and simple.
The poem uses no set rhyme pattern which suits the poem as it has an undecided effect, emphasizing the confusion of the persona over his future.
====================================
SECTION D

(11) This symbolic title represents the relationship between the man within
the poem and god collar in this poem may refer to the collar that priests wear to show their devotion to god and the faith to take off the
collar is to defy god and a vocation to ministry. Herbert’s poetry uses a great deal of imagery and metaphor he speaks of life as a journey of
man as a window, a flower in a garden, or a building of a heart as an altar one that i really like is the sonnet entitled “prayer 1,” which is a
list of metaphorical phrases that describe what prayer is and what it means. John donne, george herbert, richard crashaw, henry vaughan in
an essay on men, what is the relationship between god and man alexander pope what is surprising about the close relationship between
george whitefield and john wesley isaac watts. Best answer: 1) what
similarities can you find between a book and a frigate, a courser, and a
chariot they all take you to another place and time, either mentally or physically 2) according to the poet, what is god’s motive for depriving
man of rest to make man come to him 3)
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