2018 NECO GCE Literature Obj And Prose ANSWERS
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Foto has chosen to sleep in front of a provision store at the Agbogloshied market in order to avoid “risk of her losing her newly acquired job of washing carrots at the vegetables wholesale market. In the sleep ,she dreams of living in a home and a toilet with a roof and she smiles in the joy of the experience and gladly makes use of the toilet. While still savouring the comfort of the pleasant and unusual home in which she find herself in the dream,Foto feels a light pressure on her bosom. she wakes up to discover a man kneeling over her. Shortly ,she discover that the man is poison,one of the lord of the streets. She cries and tries to resist her attacker but poison will not give up as he deals her blows and threatens her life. Foto stops to struggle with poison,he later smiles confidently .Promptly, he pushes her dress and scowls at the dirtiness of the girl’s underpants .He removes the pant and unbuckles his belt as he steps towards the sexual act .From nowhere,Foto experience a surge of energy. With her fists and legs,she strikes and kicks poison here,there and everywhere until he begin to sway and tries to protect his already bruised face. While this goes on ,Foto promptly gets up and makes her escape. She runs to meet her friend,Odarley.
(i)Fear: is the dominant emotion that the novel’s protagonist Bigger feels. Fear results from the lack of power to control one’s own situation. The protagonist of Native Son is especially fearful of white people and the power they wield over him ordinary white people, wealthy white people, white people who control the legal and justice system. Fear also leads to terrible and unintended consequences; the protagonist’s fear leads him to hurt his friends and even murder two women.
(ii)Race: Everything Bigger does in Native Son has a relationship to the color of his skin. Why? Because whites control the labor, legal, religious, educational, and social institutions that dictate where and how the protagonist, a black man, can live, where he can work or go to school, and what he can or cannot do with his life. The protagonist feels like whites live in the pit of his stomach, because his stomach is where he feels fear, shame, hopelessness and whites are the ones who control these emotions since they control his life.
(iii) Power: The world in Native Son is divided between those who have power (white people) and those who do not (black people). Power is intimately connected to race. However, it is also connected to wealth, as we see clearly with the Capitalist vs. Communist fight played out in the courthouse and in society at large. So who rules the roost? Wealthy white people, of course. Much of this novel highlights the injustice of power being wielded by this single, privileged group..
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