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      Contextualizing the Postcolonial Chaos in Gachagua’s ‘Central Park’, Shire’s ‘What We Own’ and Osman’s ‘The Kitchen-Dweller’s Interlude’

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            Abstract

            It is against the background of the significance of theme in literature this essay is conceived. To achieve this aim, we analyze Gachagua’s ‘Central Park’ , Shire’s ‘What We Own’ and Osman’s The analysis of the selected poems is done by examining the words in the context of their usage in the poem. Though outside references can be made, their bearing is dependent on the issues contained in the poems.

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            27 August 2022
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            [1 ] English & Literary Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
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            10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-.PPO1AX5.v1
            21f3af7b-7b11-40d7-b5ca-8a0c4727286c

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