Saturday, 25 March 2017

Analysis of the 2018 Recommended Jamb novel for UTME 'IN DEPENDENCE' by Sarah Ladipo Manyika'

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  1. why is the book titled independence?

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    1. Cos it started from the early 1960 right after independence

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    2. I think it's because Tayo was never able to follow he's heart but and he is usually been intimidated easily..

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    3. I think it's because Tayo was never able to follow he's heart but and he is usually been intimidated easily..

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    1. This an awesome analysis... Didnt know that there is a blog like this, indeed I have been lacking behind... Commenting from www.scholarmaris.com

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  3. Why is the book tittle independence?

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  4. It is titled in dependence because they still thought about each other despite the fact that they were miles away from each other

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  5. since he was a Nigeria, hw was his child an half cast

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    1. Re u talking about tayo's child? If so, his child is not an half cast.

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    2. Re u talking about tayo's child? If so, his child is not an half cast.

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    3. Are u talking about tayo's child? If so, his child is not an half cast

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    4. U are reading for English JAMB and ya talking like this "since he was a NIGERIA"

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  6. How did tayo's relationship with Christiane end up

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    1. It end up because christiane didn't want someone to steal her boyfriend cause he saw Tayo like a womaniser and Tayo was scared of a long team relationship

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  7. You make a lot of sense in view about white people and Nigeria government. I thank God almighty for yourlife.

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  8. Good work done on In Dependence.

    We could put the Questions on our LMS for free Assessment of JAMB students if you approve

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  9. Thank you so much for this.. It is just what I wanted.. God bless you plenty plenty...

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  10. Thank you so much for this.. It is just what I wanted.. God bless you plenty plenty...

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  12. What course did Tayo studied at balliol Oxford

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  13. The analysis is more comprehendible than the novel itself

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  14. The analysis is more comprehendible than the novel itself

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  15. The story was complicated... Miriam married tayo... Wow

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  16. The story is a complicated love issue... Tayo married Miriam frm where . . That's when I became sad

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  17. what a lovely and interesting novel, it aids my thought on white people about what they really think of we africans... nice one!girl

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  18. boring book but with lots of lessons though, the only interesting thing about the book is tayo and vanessa

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  19. Terkula manaseh.(manex.T)6 May 2017 at 14:34

    Enter your comment...I thank de writter 4 such an interesting book.thanks.....

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  20. I GO FOR THE SUMMARY NOT THAT CRAZY NOVEL. TANKS ALOT

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  21. I go for the summary not that crazy Novel. Tanks alot

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  22. Gud job on d novel

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  23. Gud job on d novel

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  24. I prefer d analysis 2 the novel....'cause I cant really get along with it
    But its a nice story tho-bitter sweet at that.

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  25. I prefer the analysis to the novel....'cause I cant really get along with it
    But its a nice story tho-bitter sweet at that.

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  26. I prefer the analysis to the novel....'cause I cant really get along with it
    But its a nice story tho-bitter sweet at that.
    And it's also very easy to understand.

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  27. Tnxs 4 d summary

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  28. Jeremiah Temidayo12 May 2017 at 13:41

    The summary is even better than the novel. Thank a lot big bros, more grease to ur elbow.

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  29. This post is so helpful. Thanks for the good job.

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  30. Y z d story titled In dependence?

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  31. wow,dis isgreat

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  32. There are two words there, they are 'Independence' and 'In Dependence'. The former, besides being related to the political history of Nigeria, the fact is they were seemingly independent of each other, nevertheless, they were still dependent on each other. They were far apart in d flesh; they however, longed for each other in their hearts. Take a closer look at the front cover design of book 'JAMB' version, it says a lot. Thanks for d summary, egbon. Thanks to u all too.

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  33. to the contemporary society sarah is giving an incite of her own personal life which went through all racial prejudice



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  34. the book is a presentation of societal prejudice which Vanessa and Tayo have to face together either in Nigeria or England

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