THE BLINKARDS…WAEC/NECO PAST AND MOCK QUESTIONS FOR LITERATURE EXAMS (67)

THE BLINKARDS...WAEC/NECO PAST AND MOCK QUESTIONS FOR LITERATURE EXAMS

The Blinkards: A Play in Four Acts.

1. Analyze the character of Mr Onyimdze (in THE BLINKARDS)

2.To what extent is Mrs Borofosem a blind initiator of the English ways of life (in THE BLINKARDS)

3.Assess the relationship between Mr and Mrs Borofosem in the play

4. Comment on the significance of the wedding reception for Mr and Mrs Okadu at Hamilton House

5.Assess the character of Mrs Borofosem in The Blinkards

6.Examine the theme of cultural invasion in The Blinkards.

7.How did Mr Oyimdze prove that local values are as good if not better than foreign ones.

8.Assess the theme  of Europeanization in The Blinkards.

9.Analyze the theme of cultural conflict in The Blinkards

10.What does The Blinkards tell us about denigration of African culture.

11.The Blinkards is a satire.Discuss.

12.What is marriage life like in The Blinkards?

13.What are the conflicts in The Blinkards by Kobina Sekyi?

14.Compare The Importance of  Being Earnest and The Blinkards as  satires

15.Briefly summarize the plot in The Blinkards.

16.Give a  summary of the novel The Blinkards

17.Write short notes on  TWO of the following characters in The Blinkards:
      
       a. Mr Onyimdze
       b. Mrs Borofosem
       c. Mr Okadu

18.Compare ad contract the characters of Mr ad Mrs Borofosem.

19.Comment on the role of Mr Okadu in the play The Blinkards.

20.Analyze the character of Mr Onyimdze in The Blinkards.

21.Why is The Blinkard  called a parody  written by Kobina Sekyi?

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