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A literary piece is both written and oral in form. Oral literature is that which is orally composed, transmitted, and orally realized. It is meant to entertain, build, and perform didactic functions. Many works have been done on oral literature at the aesthetic and/or literary levels of analyses. But very little attention has been paid to its linguistic levels. This paper aims to examine special linguistic features such as African proverbs, simile, metaphor, images and lexical items in selected African novels: Arrow of God, Anthills of the Savannah, The Concubine, The Last of the Strong Ones and The Voice. These lexical items which are usefulmaterials in African oral literature, are randomly selected from these novels and given a linguistic analysis under the framework of the Use or Operational theory. These works are examined to see the usefulness of linguistic features in the contexts where they are used, in the development of African culture. The findings show that the linguistic items truly reflect African culture and are suitable in the contexts where they are used. It is recommended that those developing African literature should discourage the use of the Eurocentric English.

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A literary piece is both written and oral in form. Oral literature is that which is orally composed, transmitted, and orally realized. It is meant to entertain, build, and perform didactic functions. Many works have been done on oral literature at the aesthetic and/or literary levels of analyses. But very little attention has been paid to its linguistic levels. This paper aims to examine special linguistic features such as African proverbs, simile, metaphor, images and lexical items in selected African novels: Arrow of God, Anthills of the Savannah, The Concubine, The Last of the Strong Ones and The Voice. These lexical items which are usefulmaterials in African oral literature, are randomly selected from these novels and given a linguistic analysis under the framework of the Use or Operational theory. These works are examined to see the usefulness of linguistic features in the contexts where they are used, in the development of African culture. The findings show that the linguistic items truly reflect African culture and are suitable in the contexts where they are used. It is recommended that those developing African literature should discourage the use of the Eurocentric English

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A literary piece is both written and oral in form. Oral literature is that which is orally composed, transmitted, and orally realized. It is meant to entertain, build, and perform didactic functions. Many works have been done on oral literature at the aesthetic and/or literary levels of analyses. But very little attention has been paid to its linguistic levels. This paper aims to examine special linguistic features such as African proverbs, simile, metaphor, images and lexical items in selected African novels: Arrow of God, Anthills of the Savannah, The Concubine, The Last of the Strong Ones and The Voice. These lexical items which are usefulmaterials in African oral literature, are randomly selected from these novels and given a linguistic analysis under the framework of the Use or Operational theory. These works are examined to see the usefulness of linguistic features in the contexts where they are used, in the development of African culture. The findings show that the linguistic items truly reflect African culture and are suitable in the contexts where they are used. It is recommended that those developing African literature should discourage the use of the Eurocentric English

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A literary piece is both written and oral in form. Oral literature is that which is orally composed, transmitted, and orally realized. It is meant to entertain, build, and perform didactic functions. Many works have been done on oral literature at the aesthetic and/or literary levels of analyses. But very little attention has been paid to its linguistic levels. This paper aims to examine special linguistic features such as African proverbs, simile, metaphor, images and lexical items in selected African novels: Arrow of God, Anthills of the Savannah, The Concubine, The Last of the Strong Ones and The Voice. These lexical items which are usefulmaterials in African oral literature, are randomly selected from these novels and given a linguistic analysis under the framework of the Use or Operational theory. These works are examined to see the usefulness of linguistic features in the contexts where they are used, in the development of African culture. The findings show that the linguistic items truly reflect African culture and are suitable in the contexts where they are used. It is recommended that those developing African literature should discourage the use of the Eurocentric English

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A literary piece is both written and oral in form. Oral literature is that which is orally composed, transmitted, and orally realized. It is meant to entertain, build, and perform didactic functions. Many works have been done on oral literature at the aesthetic and/or literary levels of analyses. But very little attention has been paid to its linguistic levels. This paper aims to examine special linguistic features such as African proverbs, simile, metaphor, images and lexical items in selected African novels: Arrow of God, Anthills of the Savannah, The Concubine, The Last of the Strong Ones and The Voice. These lexical items which are usefulmaterials in African oral literature, are randomly selected from these novels and given a linguistic analysis under the framework of the Use or Operational theory. These works are examined to see the usefulness of linguistic features in the contexts where they are used, in the development of African culture. The findings show that the linguistic items truly reflect African culture and are suitable in the contexts where they are used. It is recommended that those developing African literature should discourage the use of the Eurocentric English

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