Metaphors Of Power In Kenyan Drama: A Comparative Study
by Namayi, Christine
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The concept of power presupposes that there are those who wield power and those who are ruled in the society. But, as times and society keeps on changing, the power barons also change tact in their attempt to cling on to power. Thus, Sociological theory was used in metaphors of power to analyse the relationship between power and change in society. Stylistics criticism was employed to unravel the dramatic elements used by the playwrights to articulate the metaphors of power and change in the selected texts.
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Christine Namayi obtained her masters degree in Literature at Kenyatta University (Kenya)and her Bachelor of Education (Literature) at the University of Nairobi. Currently,she is a part time lecturer at Kabarak University and Mt. Kenya University. She has more than ten years of teaching English Literature and presently working on a series of plays.
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23 August 2013
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