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Verified LITERATURE OBJ:

1-10: BBCBBAABDD

11-20: CABADBDBBA

21-30: ACDBAABCBB

31-40: BACBDCCDCA

41-50: ADABBCCABA


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(1) In Brenhoma society,
childless women have no
respect. In fact, they are always
looked down upon. They are
treated with ignominy. Fate
decides the position of each
woman is especially when such
a woman is able to bear a male
child from whom the family
name is sustained.
A case in point in Pokuwaa's
childlessness which was largely
decided by fate. Inspite of
Pokuwaa's rare sacrificial
efforts, she could not have a
child. She even attributed her
situation to men's infertility.
This made her to divorce and
re-married but to no avail. One
would say that Kofi Daafo and
Kwaku fosu were made
scapegoats by Pokuwaa's
desperate attempt to have a
child a situation that was
beyond the immediate control
of these two erstwhile
husbands

(7)
in the life of santiago as a
fisherman,the followin
attributes were learnt.
The story teaches us on how to
be courageous through this
santiagoi was able to achieve
his aim even though the result
was fruitless but he did not give
up or discouraged.
Through that the old man
epitomizes courage and
endurance at the worst time.he
displays hope and confidence
even when he is not making
progress in the catch.his eyes
are said to radiate courage.
This also teaches us to be able
to endure inn whatever the
condition we found ourselves.He
shows his endurance when he
refuses to let go of the big fish
he had already caught even
when he did not kill or get full
control of it."fish i will stay with
you until i'm dead"
we also leart to be hopeful in
whatsoever condition we are
able top find ourselves in as
well as being confident and well
determined.
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(8) The story paints d picture of
an unfortunate man who
struggle in d midst of hardship
and tries to no avail. D
narrative techniques
exemplified in d novel " d old
man & d sea" are as follows wapbaze .com :
(i) irony
(ii) language
(iii) third person narrative
(iv) symbolism
(v) local colour
(vi) paradox. .


[8 continues]
(i)Irony: In the story,
Santiago had made d
greatest catch of his life
with d Marlin Fish, but
ironically, d sharks had
come to eat it up wit d
result dat what is brought to
d shore is d carcass of d
skeleton.

(ii)Language : The choice of
words is simple & straight
forward manner, however
requires being familiar wit
some maritime registers in
order 2 follow d event. The
author uses figurative
expressions to convey his
messages.
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[8 continues II]
(iii)[wapbaze .com] 3rd person : The author
uses 3rd person point of
view 2 pre-occupied his
composition. He expresses
it, he is everywhere & knows
everything about d old man

(iv) symbolism : d author
uses symbol 2 convey his
messages like d use of
Rosasy & holy pictures 2
depicts d strong catholic
faith forming d character of
Santiago.

[8 ends here]
(v) local colour : The author
uses spanish words 2 reflect
local colour of d language
of d rustics. It gives us a
clear picture of its Cuban
setting.
(vi) paradox : it is
paradoxical dat d boy's
master who labours little &
wit less fishing experience
catches fish while a more
experienced & skilled old
man does not catches any.


Verified LITERATURE OBJ:

1-10: BBCBBAABDD

11-20: CABADBDBBA

21-30: ACDBAABCBB

31-40: BACBDCCDCA

41-50: ADABBCCABA


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