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Creative Artist: A Journal of Theatre and Media Studies - Vol 9, No 1 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The iconography of belligerent atrocities in Nigeria and Nollywood video-films EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Innocent Ebere Uwah 1-17
Dance without music: is the talking drum indispensable in African performance? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tracie Chima Utoh-Ezeajugh, Ofobuike Nwafor 18-34
Theatre of revolt: The role of insurgent women in Femi Osofisan's Once upon four robbers and Morountodun EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Olympus G Ejue 35-56
Mbem mask chants as poetry: a brief expose EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Chike Okoye 57-65
Infertility in marriage and its impact on the family: James Alachi's Your precious Ihotu EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Desen Jonathan Mbachaga, Apollos Ackson Akaa 66-83
Conceptual metaphor analysis of Igbo youth language EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Linda Chinelo Nkamigbo 84-102
Semiotic discourse on narrative techniques in Nollywood EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Charles Okwuowulu 103-120
The prospects and challenges of film publicity in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Chukwuma Anyanwu 121-138
A semiotic reading of costumes in Nigerian video films: African bride as a paradigm EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mary Nkechi Okadigwe 139-162
From ethno-text to techno-text: The language of post-indiginist African drama EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Isiah Ilo 163-186


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