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Wednesday, 1 January 2020

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The Reading habit is not easy to develop. If you are a student, you need to develop this reading habit in order to know how to read novels and short stories, how to read plays, and how to read poetry. For the teachers and others, reading habit is important for developing your career and enriching yourself with wide range of knowledge of this world.

In 2017, I read the following books:

In most African societies, reading seems like unimportant thing. So, if you read in

1. Serraillier, Ian (1973) The Silver Sword, New Windmill Series, Heinmann Educational Books Ltd, London.

2. Vince, Michael with Sunderland, Peter (2003) Advanced Language Practice with key: English Grammar and Vocabulary, Macmillan,

3. Ngugi wa Thiong'o (2007) This Time Tomorrow, Kenya Literature Bureau, Nairobi (Reread)

4. Ngugi wa Thiong'o (2007) The Rebels (Read first time), Kenya Literature Bureau, Nairobi. 

5.Ngugi wa Thiong'o (2007) The Wound in the Heart (Read first time), Kenya Literature Bureau, Nairobi. 

6. Coleman, D.C et al (2010) GCSE ENGLISH LITERATURE for OCR, Oxford, Oxford University Press (page 60)

TV Series I watched most:

  • Queen of the South
  • Jack Ryan
  • Gotham
  • The Walking Dead
  • Fear the Walking Dead
  • Condor

TV Shows I watched most:

  • BBC Beyond 100 Days
  • BBC Focus on Africa
  • BBC HardTalk
  • VOA Straight Talk Africa

 See also!

19 Books I read in 2020

4 Books I read in 2018

10 Books I read in 2017


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GET THE COMPLETE BOOK FOR ‘O’ LEVEL ENGLISH LANGUAGE: “A Comprehensive Handbook for Ordinary Level Literature” (PDF) with the following contents for just TZS 5,000/=

CHAPTER ONE: THEORY OF LITERATURE

*    Part One: BASIC CONCEPTS OF LITERATURE

*    Part Two: DEFINITIONS OF LITERATURE

*    Part Three: NATURE AND ORIGIN OF LITERATURE

*    Part Four: LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

*    Part Five: FUNCTIONS OF LITERATURE

*    Part Six: FICTION AND NONFICTION

*    Part Seven: TYPES OF LITERATURE

*    Part Eight: ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE

CHAPTER TWO: ANALYSIS OF ‘O’ LEVEL CLASS READERS

*    HAWA THE BUS DRIVER

*    KALULU THE HARE

CHAPTER THREE: INTERPRETING SIMPLE POEMS: FORMS

*    INTRODUCTION

*    Analysis of ‘WHAT A HUMAN BEING DOES’

*    Analysis of ‘GOOD HERE! BAD THERE!’

*    Analysis of ‘THE BUNCH OF BANANA STOOPS WHERE IT IS’

*    Analysis of ‘MY BROTHER’

CHAPTER FOUR: ANALYSIS OF NOVELS

*    PASSED LIKE A SHADOW

*    UNANSWERED CRIES

CHAPTER FIVE: ANALYSIS OF PLAYS

*    BLACK HERMIT

*    THE LION AND THE JEWEL

*    THIS TIME TOMORROW

CHAPTER SIX: ANALYSIS OF POETRY

*    PART ONE: ANALYSIS OF ‘SONG OF LAWINO’

*    PART TWO: ANALYSIS OF ‘GROWING UP WITH POETRY’

*    Poem One: Analysis of ‘A Freedom Song’

*    Poem One: Analysis of ‘Building the nation’

*    PART THREE: ANALYSIS OF ‘SUMMONS’

*    Poem One: ‘Lost Beauty’

*    Poem Two: ‘You Are Lost’

*    Poem Three: ‘Development’

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OR

GET ANOTHER BOOK FOR LITERATURE IN ENGLISH: “A Comprehensive Handbook for Ordinary Level Literature in English” (PDF) with the following contents for just TZS 5,000/=

CHAPTER ONE: THEORY OF LITERATURE

*    Part One: BASIC CONCEPTS OF LITERATURE

*    Part Two: DEFINITIONS OF LITERATURE

*    Part Three: NATURE AND ORIGIN OF LITERATURE

*    Part Four: LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

*    Part Five: FUNCTIONS OF LITERATURE

*    Part Six: FICTION AND NONFICTION

*    Part Seven: TYPES OF LITERATURE

*    Part Eight: ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE

CHAPTER TWO: ANALYSIS OF NOVELS

*    HOUSEBOY

*    THE LION AND THE JEWEL

CHAPTER THREE: ANALYSIS OF PLAYS

*    THE LION AND THE JEWEL

*    THE DILEMMA OF A GHOST

*    KINJEKETILE

CHAPTER FOUR: ANALYSIS OF POETRY

*    ANALYSIS OF ‘SELECTED POEMS’

*    Poem One: Analysis of ‘Eat More’

*    Poem Two: Analysis of ‘Ballad of the Landlord’

*    Poem Three: Analysis of ‘If We Must Die’

*    Poem Four: Analysis of ‘Your Pain’

*    Poem Five: Analysis of ‘An Abandoned Bundle’

*    ANALYSIS OF ‘GROWING UP WITH POETRY’

*    Poem One: Analysis of ‘A Freedom Song’

Poem One: Analysis of ‘Building the nation’

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