Amos Tutuola | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Arnold Goldman

This literature criticism consists of approximately 1 page of analysis & critique of Amos Tutuola.
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Critical Essay by Arnold Goldman

[In Ajaiyi and His Inherited Poverty] Amos Tutuola is being like these French songstresses who sing in this land for decades of years but whose English speaking is still being broken as much after all the time passing as when coming off the boat at first. He is writing the inspired Higher School Certificate paper for the satisfying of English Masters, which is to me the better when staying in the culture and not in the spirits, gods etc for too long exclusively. Naturally the spirits, gods etc are talking like the people, that is the joking part, but dear me sometimes they are sounding not like the energies of the myth of them which filters through the speaking English but sounding like the building up of them by schoolchild to a pretend of myth….

Ajaiyi and his 'junior sister...

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