Table of contents for Gender and identity in the works of Osonye Tess Onwueme / by Iniobong I. Uko.

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The Phenomenal Sacred Space
Chapter One 
Conceptualizing Gender and Identity in Select Black Literary Studies
Chapter Two
 Crevices on the Wall: Identifying Feminisms in Tell It To Women and Shakara Dance-Hall Queen 
Chapter Three 
Old Prejudices and New Realities in A Hen Too Soon, 
The Artist's Homecoming and The Broken Calabash.
Chapter Four
Visions of Empowerment and Social Change in Parables for a Season, 
The Reign of Wazobia, Ban Empty Ban and A Scent of Onion.
Chapter Five
The Imperatives of Diasporic Unities and Identities in Legacies, 
The Missing Face and Riot in Heaven.
Chapter Six
Dynamics of Survival in Cattle Egret versus Nama, Mirror for Campus, The Desert Encroaches and Then She Said It.
Chapter Seven
A Return to Tradition: Why the Elephant Has No Butt - An Allegorical Novel.
Towards a New Female Consciousness.
In Her Words
OSONYE TESS ONWUEME: Chronology of Life, Events and Works

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Onwueme, Osonye Tess Criticism and interpretation, Identity (Psychology) in literature, Feminism and literature Nigeria, Women and literature Nigeria, Group identity in literature, Nigeria In literature, Sex role in literature, Women in literature