DOI: 10.17265/2159-5836/2016.04.004
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Eunice Fonyuy Fombele

Abstract: This paper underscores the need for new plausible myths that redefine gender relations in an attempt to revalue female assertion, ethical values, and human development. This creative process presents a different perspective from the views of some feminist theorists who have seen myth as a regressive and oppressive structure. The focus, in this paper, is to illustrate how in her chant-novel It Shall Be of Jasper and Coral Liking appropriates the productive force of myths through the misovire consciousness and …

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