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What Novel are we reading for Jamb 2021?: this is what most Jamb aspirants have been asking as they struggled to fill their jamb and post utme screening form for the 2021/2022 academic session.
The direct answer to the question “Which Novel Will Jamb Use For 2021 Utme Exam” is The Life Changer.
If this is the first time you are sitting for Jamb, take note that Jamb recommends novels to be read yearly for Jamb’s use of English. The Jamb Novel is compulsory for both art, Science and Commercial students.
Jamb uses Novel two or three times before Introducing a new one. “The Life Changer” was introduced in 2021 Jamb, therefore, it is more than likely to be used for Jamb 2022.
A number of questions will come out of the novel. Trust me, The Life Changer will carry a whole lot of marks. You won’t be happy with yourself failing questions because of your refusal to read the novel. See questions to Expect in the novel HERE
List Of Novels To Read For Literature in English 2021
- Gbemisola, A. (2005)Naked Soles, Ibadan: Kraft
- Hayward, J. (ed.) (1968) The Penguin Book of English Verse, London Penguin
- Johnson, R. et al (eds.) (1996) New Poetry from Africa, Ibadan: UP Plc
- Kermode, F. et al (1964) Oxford Anthology of English Literature, Vol. II, London: OUP
- Nwoga D. (ed.) (1967) West African Verse, London: Longman
- Senanu, K. E. and Vincent, T. (eds.) (1993) A Selection of African Poetry, Lagos: Longman
- Soyinka, W. (ed.) (1987) Poems of Black Africa, Ibadan: Heinemann
Abrams, M. H. (1981) A Glossary of Literary Terms, (4th Edition) New York, Holt Rinehalt and Winston
Emeaba, O. E. (1982) A Dictionary of Literature, Aba: Inteks Press
Murphy, M. J. (1972) Understanding Unseen, An Introduction to English Poetry and English Novel for Overseas Students, George Allen and Unwin Ltd.
- Frank Ogodo Ogbeche: Harvest of CorruptionNon African:
- William Shakespeare: Othello
- The Lion And The Jewel By Wole Soyinka
- Amma Darko: Faceless
- Bayo Adebowale: Lonely DaysNon-African:
- Richard Wright: Native Son
- Birago Diop: Vanity
- Gbemisola Adeoti: Ambush
- Gabriel Okara: Piano and Drums
- Gbanabam Hallowell: The Dining Table
- Lenrie Peter: The Panic of Growing Older
- Kofi Awoonor: The Anvil and the HammerNon African:
- Alfred Tennyson: Crossing the Bar
- George Herbert: The Pulley
- William Blake: The School Boy
- William Morris: The Proud King
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