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Papers

Anieke, C.C. and Igwedibia A.E.(2019). Exploration of the Theory of Conversational Implicature in the Poems “Coal” and “Hanging Fire” by Audre Lorde. International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature Vol 9.

Anieke, C.C., Igwedibia A. E and Ezeaku, K (2019). An Analysis of Chinua Achebe's Girls At War and Other Stories: A Theoretical Interpretation. International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature.

Anieke, C. C.,Igwedibia A. E and Ogbonna, J (2019). An Application of Relevance Theory to Osofiason's Morountodu. Ikoro International Journal of Contemporary African Studies. Vol.12, N0. 1.

Anieke, C. C.,Igwedibia A. E, Okeke, A. and Ozouri, I.I (2010). The Relevance of Self Awareness in Maya Angelou's "Still I Rise" International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature.

Anieke, C. C.,Igwedibia A. E, Okeke, A. and Okwelu, N.B (2019). Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Americana: A Relevance Theoretical Studies. Ikoro International Journal of Contemporary African Studies, Vol. 12, N0. 1.

Anieke, C. C.,Igwedibia A. E, Okeke, A. and Chikwadoeze, C. (2019), An Interpretation of Chinua Achebe's Arrow of God Using Relevance Theory of Pragmatics. Ikoro International Journal of Contemporary African Studies. Vol. 12, N0. 1.

Njoku, M.G.C., Anieke, C.C., Okafor, R.C., Isiwu, P., and Adeyinka, B.G.(2018)."Traditional Methods of Promoting Peace in Southeast Nigeria"

Anieke, C. C.; Dele Maxwell Ugwanyi (2015)."Criteria for Aesthetic Judgment in the Igbo Traditional Society",SECL Studies in English and Comparative Literature. Literature in English: New Frontiers in Research.Vol. 24, P. 69-78

Anieke, C. C. (2013). Criteria for Aesthetic Judgment in the Igbo Traditional Society. Presented at International Conference on Post Colonial Literature at Innsbruck

 

Anieke, C. C. (2007). The Difficulties of Translating Swift’s Gollivers Travels into Igbo presented at International Conference on Literature in English at Barcelona

 

MMag. & Anieke, C. Colonialism as the Bedrock of Poverty and Precarity in the Igbo Culture (Southeast Nigeria) as Revealed in Achebe's "Things Fall Apart" and "Arrow of God".

 

Anieke, C. C. (2006). Nature of Ecumenical Education presented at a Conference Organized at the 25thAnniversary of the Institute of Ecumenical Education, Enugu.

 

Anieke, C. C. (2006). Reappraising the Achievements of Chinua Achebe in his Novelistic Trilogy presented at a Conference Organized at the 25th Anniversary of the Institute of Ecumenical Education, Enugu.

 

Anieke, C. C. (2005). Intercultural Problems of Communication and Understanding in Achebe’s Novels presented at International Conference on Literature in English at Innsbruck

 

Anieke, C. C. (2005). Intercultural Problems of Communication and Understanding in Achebe’s Novels presented at the International Conference on Post Colonial Literature at Innsbruck

 

Anieke, C. C. (2006). Slavery in Literature: An African Perspective presented at the International Conference on Post Colonial Literature at Innsbruck 

 

Anieke, C. C. (2004). Chinua Achebe and Misrepresentation of African Women in Things Fall Apart presented at a Faculty Seminar at University of Innsbruck. 

 
Academic Works