6 edition of Ijala found in the catalog.
by Third World Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||165|
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ijala apart from other kinds of Yoruba oral poetry. Even then, his analysis appears to lay a firm basis for future investigation, and confirms the need for serious analysis of Yoruba oral literature by qualified native speakers. Turning to the main section and centre of interest of the book, the selection. About. Hjala was on vacation on Terror Mountain when the Snowager disappeared. She then became trapped in the Snowy Rest Inn. With nothing else to do, she slept most.
His poetry seduces with its rich Yoruba ijala (chant) quality that he blends with the folksy, spoken oration. Night of My Flight announced Mr. Lasisi arrival on the poetic stage back in For Homegirls and Handgrenades, she won an American Book Award for Poetry in In addition, Sanchez is the recipient of the Community Service Award from the National Black Caucus of State Legislators, the Lucretia Mott Award, the Outstanding Arts Award from the Pennsylvania Coalition of Black Women, the Peace and Freedom Award from.
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Ijala: Sonia Sanchez and the African Poetic TraditionAuthor: Joyce Ann Joyce. The Yoruba’s Ijala. by Michelle Assaad As is the case with all cultures, literature in the Yoruba culture does not appear in one form and is a very complex art form, made of a “tripartite relationship between art, the artist and society” (Ogunsina, Bisi.
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Other articles where Content and Form of Yoruba Ijala is discussed: S. Adeboye Babalola: His Content and Form of Yoruba Ijala () provides both a critical introduction to this vernacular poetic form and an annotated anthology of ìjalá poems (hunters’ songs), with English translations.
His writings are considered among the best recent efforts of scholars to conserve African oral traditions. Genre/Form: Translations: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beier, Ulli. Ijala: animal songs. Port Moresby, (OCoLC) Document Type. Lile ke ijala naa daadaa ni oriyin fun eni ti o ke ijala kii se ti pe boya ohun ni o seda re.
In the repertoire of a master ijala-artist, there is usually a preponderance of ijala poems which are eulogies on individual progenitors or groups of progenitors.
The praise poems are anonymous classics which date back to the halcyon days of the Yoruba. Joyce Ann Joyce is the author of Ijala ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Warriors, Conjurers and Priests ( avg rating, 2 ratin /5(10). Yoruba Oral Tradition: Selections from the Papers Presented at the Seminar on Yoruba Oral Tradition: Poetry in Music, Dance, and Drama ʼWande Abimbọla Department of African Languages and Literatures, University of Ifẹ, - Folk literature, Yoruba - pages.
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Military poetry: Nguni; Akan. Hunting poetry: Yoruba ijala; Ambo hunters’ songs. Work songs. Some subjects are of particular significance in African poetry. Besides the subjects already elaborated there are others that could be discussed. There is poetry associated, for example, with secret societies,1 various types of associations,2 initiation,3 begging (e.g.
Fletcher 62–3 (Hausa Author: Ruth Finnegan. The Ẹgbado, now Yewa, are a tribe of the Yoruba people, and inhabit the eastern area of Ogun West Senatorial District, Ogun State, in south-west Nigeria, they changed their name to the clan now comprises 4 local Governments Yewa South, Yewa North, Imeko-Afon and Ipokia, while the Ado-Odo/Ota LGA forms the 5th Awori part of the senatorial district.
is much in this book to commend, and one of its useful functions is to indicate additional areas awaiting further study. CHARLES O. CECIL Kuwait The Content and Form of Yoruba Ijala by S BABALOL.
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