WAEC Literature Expo Questions/Answers | Literature in English Syllabus 2018

WAEC Literature Expo Questions/Answers | Literature in English Syllabus 2017/2018

This is everything you need to know about the WAEC examination that is dated to take place on Wednesday, 26th April, 2017. These are the searches related to waec 2017 literature in English:

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WAEC LITERATURE TEXTS FOR 2017 – 2020

African Prose

  1. AmmaDarko  – Faceless
  2. BayoAdebowale – Lonely Days

Non-African Prose

  1. Richard Wright – Native Son
  2. Patience Swift – The Last Goodman
  3. William Shakespeare: OTHELLO

Non-African Drama

  1. Oliver Goldsmith – She Stoops to conquer
  2. Lorraine Hansberry – A Raisin in the Sun

African Drama

  1. Frank Ogodo Ogbeche – Harvest of Corruption
  2. Dele Charley – The Blood of a Stranger

African Poetry

  1. Birago Drop – Vanity
  2. GbemisolaAdeoti – Ambush
  3. Gabriel Okara – Piano and Drums
  4. Gbanabam Hallowell – The Dinning Table
  5. Lenrie Peter – The Panic of Growing Older
  6. Kofi Awoonor – The Anvil and the Hammer

Non-African Poetry

  1. Alfred Tennyson – Crossing the Bar
  2. George Herbert   – The pulley
  3. William Blake – The School Boy
  4. William Morris – The Proud King
  5. Robert Frost Birches – Birches
  6. William Shakespeare – Shall I compare thee to a Summer’s Day?
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WAEC Literature Expo | Literature in English Syllabus 2017/2018

Note the following:
  1. The Unseen Prose passage for Paper 1 shall be about 120 – 150 words long.
  2. Only context questions shall be set on the Shakespearean text. The context questions will test such items as theme, characterization, style and setting in the Shakespearean text.
  3. No essay question shall be set on the Shakespearean text.
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