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Divided We Stand: Bewailing Alien-nation in Esiaba Irobi's Why I Don't Like Philip Larkin
Genuine euphoria, which accompanied the birth of multi-ethnic Nigeria nation-state in 1960, has been regrettably deflated and more than offset by the onrush of political tension that has ravaged its polity in recent times. Hence, the deforming pressure of inequity in contemporary Nigeria logically stands out as a corollary of political tyranny. From the standpoint of inequity, political marginality ostensibly poses a contentious decoding as it often raises poignant questions in the philosophydoi:10.13185/kk2020.03306 fatcat:sktnsgtvizb5llivge5fgrvbdm