Dr. Pius Stephen Omole

 

 

 

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Pius Stephen OMOLE

Academic and Professional Qualifications

B.A (Navarra), M.A(Navarra).

 

LECTURER I

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Office: Department of Communication and Language

Arts

 

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PUBLICATIONS

  1. Omole, P.S. (1986) “The Use of Abiku Myth in a Modern Nigerian Novel” The River Prawn Journal of Literatures Vol. 1, P. 35

  2. Omole, P.S. (1987) “Ese Ifa in Wole Soyinka’s Poetry: THE Example of the First Movement of Idanre,” Review of English and Literary Studies. Vol. 4. No. 1, pp. 95 – 101.

  3. Omole, P.S. (1987) “Wole Soyinka’s Fictional Double in John Ginger’s The Retreat from Yetunda. “Review of English and Literary Studies Vol. 4 No. 2, Pp. 149 – 158.

  4. Omole, P.S. (1989) “Ifa Aesthetics in Judith Gleason’s Agotime,” Journal of Behavioural Research Vo. 3, No. 1, pp. 10 – 15.

  5. Omole, P.S. (1989) “The Influence of Thomas Mann’s Death in Venice on Wole Soyinka’s The Interpreters”. Journal of Behavioural Research Vol. 3. No. 2.

  6. Omole, P.S. (1994) “Wole Soyinka’s Isara: The Democratisation of a Traditional African Society”. Democracy and Democratization in Africa: L.A. Thompson (ED). African Link Books.

  7. Omole, P.S. (1989) “Wole Soyinka’s Filmic Idiom in ‘Blues for a Prodigal”. In Studies in Film and Television, H. Ekwuazi (Ed.)

  8. Omole, P.S. (1992) “Wole Soyinka’s Isara as a metaphor of National Development” (N.E.S.A. Journal).

  9. Omole, P.S. ( 2000) Joyce Cary and Borgu: An Exercise in Literary Simulation.

 

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