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Hi I'm Dr. OLUSEGUN OLU-OSAYOMI

Associate Professor

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PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATION TITLE
Decolonising Myth; From Traditional To Euro-Christian Perceptions of Esu Elegbara
Dramatic Aspect of Ese Ifa in Yorubaland
Exploring the Language and Style in Ese Ifa in Yorubaland for Contemporary Global Relevance
The Content and Form of Egungun Ado Festival
The Belief in Divinities in Traditional Yoruba Metaphysics: Some Lessons for Local Government Reforms and Democratic Development in Nigeria
Literary and Poetic Aspects of Ogun Deity: A Study of Ogun Festival in Ondoland
Literary and Cultural Aspects of Ogun Deity: A Study of Ogun Festival in Ondoland
Absurdist Conventionality and Soyinka's Dramaturgy: A Canonical Exploration of Kongi's Harvest and Madmen and Specialists
Yoruba Cosmology and Soyinka's Creative Output in Death and the King's Horseman
Soyinka and the Divinities as Models for Future Studies at a Tertiary Level: The Road as Paradigm
Achebe and the Divinities as Models for Future Studies at a Tertiary Level: Things Fall Apart as Paradigm
Alienation and Loneliness in Ayi Kwei Armah's Why Are We So Blest?
Between Cultural Contradictions and Imperialism: Surrealism in Ben Okri's The Famished Road
From the Culture of Silence to the Culture of Conquest in Chydy Njere's Ordinary Woman
The Dilemma of the Expatriate Characters in Kole Omotosho's The Edifice and Ayi Kwei Armah's Fragments
Gender Politics in Ifeoma Okoye's Behind the Clouds
Towards a Deitistic Theory of Fate: Femi Osofisan's Esu and the Vagabond Minstrels
Rooted in the Deconstructive Mode: Things Fall Apart, A Post Colonial/Multicultural Interpretation
The Poet in a Chaotic Society: A Mythological Interpretation of Willam Blake's Selected Poems
Soyinka and the Tradition of the Absurd
The Language of Literary Texts