Ken Saro-Wiwa -- Political Contexts
Politics and Conflict
Nigeria: Political and Social Contexts
The Biafran War
Limited Perception and other Themes in Ken Saro-Wiwa's
Modernization, Education, and Oil in Saro-Wiwa's "Night Ride"
Shell-Oily -- The History of Shell in Nigeria
Saro-Wiwa's execution by the Nigerian military dictatorship
Dukana Fetes the the Sanitary Inspector
Stealing from the Poor in "Night Ride"
Class and Wealth
Robert's Employer: The Inpenetrable Barrier of Poverty
Robert Begins to Hate "Bingy"
Women in Nigeria: An Overview
Fertility, Infertility, and Failure in "The Divorcee"
Marriage, Men, and Women's Lives in "The Divorcee"
Sira and the Position of Women in "Home, Sweet Home,"
City versus Village
The Pleasures of Aba
Time and Change in Dukana
Language and Postcolonial Theory
Brathwaite's "Nation Language," Sara-Wiwa, and Achebe
The Death of Ken Saro-Wiwa and The Persistence of Colonialisms