Nile Journal of English Studies

NileJES is a broad based journal aiming at covering cultural, developmental, environmental and political issues in the context of language and literary studies in the American, United Kingdom, and Commonwealth Countries as well as comparative issues treated in both Language and Literature across continents. Contributions will be welcome from Psychological-Linguistics, Pragmatics and Pragmatic Philosophy, Literary Theory and Criticism, African Studies, Sociological-Linguistics as well as All the major genres of Literature in culture, philosophy, psychology history, etc

Vol 3, No 4 (2017): December / 2017

Table of Contents

Articles

Chike Okoye
3-25
Zuwaira Mahe, OLUSEYE OLUSEGUN ADEGBOYE
26-45
Amos Dlibugunaya
46-57
Mohammed Musa Inuwa
58-72
Olaoye Anthony Ayodele, Oluseye Adegboye Olusegun
73-84
SALIHU Adenike Sarat
85-104
SIMON OLAOYE SEGUN
105-117