New Book Alert: Women And Power In Akinwunmi Ishola’s Drama by Damilare Kuku @Damikuks

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There’s this new classic by amiable actress, Damilare Kuku, in which she gives a thorough review of Women and Power using the concept of  feminism as the theoretical framework.

The book is titled – “Women and Power in Akinwumi Isola’s Drama: A study of Efunsetan Aniwura and Olu Omo Tinubu.” It examines women of power as represented in the dramatic works of Akinwunmi Isola.

The research is library based, and the method of analysing the data is descriptive and qualitative. The complimentary copies of the plays Efunsetan Aniwura and Olu Omo Tinubu received from the playwright serve as primary data. The book explores relevant literature on feminism and womanism, as well as Yoruba history and cultural studies as the secondary data.

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The study brings out the various manifestations of women power in the play texts Efunsetan Aniwura and Olu Omo Tinubu, which are analysed in descriptive and interpretative manners using the feminist and formalist approach.

Women and Power In Akinwunmi Isola’s Drama by Damilare Kuku is now available at Okadabooks.com and we are convinced lovers of quality African literature,  plays and good analytical works would really love this one.   Please click here to get your copy from OkadaBooks now.

About The Author:

Damilare Kuku is an actress, author and lecturer. She is the MD/CEO of Redlips Production limited. She is currently working on starting her PHD.



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