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2023 WAEC GCE LITERATURE OBJ AND THEORY ANSWERS
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2023 Waec Literature In English Exam Papers

2023 Waec Literature In English  Exam Papers Are

  • Waec Literature In English  Essay Questions
  • Waec Literature In English  Objectives Questions,

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Bigger Thomas as America’s Native Son
In the novel the Native Son, the author Richard
Wright explores racism and oppression in
American society. Wright skillfully merges his narrative voice
into Bigger Thomas so that the reader can also feel how the
pressure and racism affect the feelings, thoughts, self-image,
and life of a Negro person. Bigger is a tragic product of American
imperialism and exploitation
in a modern world. Bigger embodies one of
humankind’s greatest tragedies of how mass oppression
permeates all aspects of the lives of the oppressed and the
oppressor, creating a world of misunderstanding, ignorance,
and suffering.
The novel is loaded with a plethora of imaginaries of a hostile white
world. Wright shows how white
racism affects the behavior, feelings, and
thoughts of Bigger.
“Every time I think about it I feel like somebody’s
poking a red-hot iron down my throat…We live here and they
live there. We are black and they are white. They got things and we
ain’t. They do
things and we can’t…I feel like I’m on the
outside of the world peeping in through a knot-hole in the fence…”
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(6)
Max Boris: Max Boris is an idealistic
a lawyer with communist sympathies who
defends the protagonist Bigger Thomas
but comes under attack himself because
he is a communist and a Jew. More than
any other character, he understands
Bigger and forms a close relationship
with him.
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Lonely days
the writer’s narrative style in the novel
the writer ( bayo adebowale) successfully uses dialogue to convey
the thought and feelings of the characters in the prose. Some
instances of the use of dialogue include the instance of varieties
interaction wite woye, as well as that of yaremis interaction with
ajimobi. Also dialogue is used in yaremi’s response to her
prospective lovers.
The writer resorts to the use of omniscience narrative technique to
successfully draw up the plot of the story and convey the
thought and feelings of each of his characters
Idioms and proverbs are equally made used of in the play. some
of the instance of this include
“The router jar has broken and its content spilled on the bare
floor”
“when fire burns out it succeeds itself with wood harsh and when
the bannana dies it replaces itself with young suckers to ensure
life continuity
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Nii Kpakpo and Maa Tsuru are lovers in the novel (Faceless). Maa
Tsuru is the mother of Fofo, Baby T, and some other children.
She does not gave a stable relationship as she comes across
men who impregnate her and dump her afterward.
Being a gullible woman, Maa Tsuru believes in Nii Kwakpo without
question. She however regrets her relationship with the man
later in the novel as she realizes her mistakes and gullibility. Maa
Tsuru began to feel for the pinch. She dropped a hint to kpakpo
but either he did not get it or refused to get it. Kwakpo succeeds
in deceiving Maa Tsuru to part with her daughter, Baby T, only
for Maa Tsuru to regret it later when Baby T is b gruesomely
murdered.

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LITERATURE QUESTION
1) Exam the Significance of Vickie and kabira’s Visit to
the police
2) Discuss the relationship btw Nii KpaKpo and Maa
Tsuru in the novel
3) Discuss the theme of loneliness in the novel
4) Comment on the Writers narrative style in the
novel
5) Consider the view that it is society that makes
the bigger murderer in the novel
6) What is Max’s attitude toward race relations in the
novel

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”Life is an empty dream” illustrates the use of

A. Synecdoche
B. Peripeteia
C. Litotes
D. Allusion

The term used for the unraveling of the complications of the plot at the end of a literary works is

A. Climax
B. Denouement
C. Conflict
D. Tension

Pick the odd item

A. Elergy
B. Ballad
C. Metaphor
D. Ode

The feelings and attitudes of a water are conveyed by

A. Mood
B. Style
C. Theme
D. Setting

A author’s story about himself is a/an

A. Biography
B. Essay
C. Diary
D. Autobiography

A narrative in the oral tradition that may include legends and fables is a

A. Balled
B. Pastoral
C. Folkale
D. Romance

A narrative in the oral tradition that may include legends and fables is a

A. Balled
B. Pastoral
C. Folkale
D. Romance

A short poem written on a tomb is a/an

A. Dirge
B. Panegyric
C. Epigram
D. Epitaph

Pick the odd item

A. Tragedy
B. Comedy
C. Stanza
D. Farce

A long narrative which depicts country life is a/an

A. Ballad
B. Epic
C. Ode
D. Pastoral

UNSEEN PROSE AND POETRY
Read the extract below and answer the question
His mind flitted back memory lane. He remembered how time walked quietly in. like a thief in the night and then put a sword in the heart of the land. He remembered all his life’s sweat. drained away by the strife.He remembered his wife and two lovely kids, all slain pitilessly by the beasts in khaki. He remembered his only sister, a tender rose, defiled in turns by them and then slaughtered like a lamb upon the ritual table.
The mood of the extract is one of

A. Gloom
B. Serenity
C. Anxiety
D. Indifference

UNSEEN PROSE AND POETRY
Read the extract below and answer the question
His mind flitted back memory lane. He remembered how time walked quietly in. like a thief in the night and then put a sword in the heart of the land. He remembered all his life’s sweat. drained away by the strife.He remembered his wife and two lovely kids, all slain pitilessly by the beasts in khaki. He remembered his only sister, a tender rose, defiled in turns by them and then slaughtered like a lamb upon the ritual table.
The extract is about

A. Armed robbery
B. Ritual killing
C. The tragedy of war
D. The tragedy of oppression

UNSEEN PROSE AND POETRY
Read the extract below and answer the question
His mind flitted back memory lane. He remembered how time walked quietly in. like a thief in the night and then put a sword in the heart of the land. He remembered all his life’s sweat. drained away by the strife.He remembered his wife and two lovely kids, all slain pitilessly by the beasts in khaki. He remembered his only sister, a tender rose, defiled in turns by them and then slaughtered like a lamb upon the ritual table.
The dominant literary device used is

A. Metaphor
B. Repetition
C. Simile
D. Personification

UNSEEN PROSE AND POETRY
Read the extract below and answer the question
His mind flitted back memory lane. He remembered how time walked quietly in. like a thief in the night and then put a sword in the heart of the land. He remembered all his life’s sweat. drained away by the strife.He remembered his wife and two lovely kids, all slain pitilessly by the beasts in khaki. He remembered his only sister, a tender rose, defiled in turns by them and then slaughtered like a lamb upon the ritual table.
”….a tender rose” is an example of a/an

A. Personification
B. Imagery
C. Symbolism
D. Metaphor

UNSEEN PROSE AND POETRY
Read the extract below and answer the question
His mind flitted back to memory lane. He remembered how time walked quietly in. like a thief in the night and then put a sword in the heart of the land. He remembered all his life’s sweat. drained away by the strife.He remembered his wife and two lovely kids, all slain pitilessly by the beasts in khaki. He remembered his only sister, a tender rose, defiled in turns by them and then slaughtered like a lamb upon the ritual table.
”…..put a sword in the heart of the land” implies

A. Murder
B. Danger
C. Strife
D. Destruction.

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Waec Grading System For all Waec Candidates

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The table below shows candidates’ positioning of the Waec grading of results ranging from A1, B2, B3, C4, C5, C6, D7, E8, F9 are the complete list of Waec Grading Result. All Waec candidates must fall into one of the Waec Grading Systems.

GRADE NUMERIC VALUE INTERPRETATION
A1 1 EXCELLENT
B2 2 VERY GOOD
B3 3 GOOD
C4 4 CREDIT
C5 5 CREDIT
C6 6 CREDIT
D7 7 PASS
E8 8 PASS
F9 9 FAIL

WAEC Grading Percentage Scores

  1. A1 Excellent 75% – 100%
  2. B2 Very good 70% – 74%
  3. B3 Good 65%  69%
  4. C4 Credit 60% – 64%
  5. C5 Credit 55% – 59%
  6. C6 Credit 50% – 54%
  7. D7 Pass 45% – 49%
  8. E8 Pass 40% – 45%
  9. F9 Failure 0% – 44%

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