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This question is based on Camara Laye's The African Child.
Laye's stay with Uncle Mamadou reveals a lot about

  • A. his unwillingness to stay with his parents
  • B. his affection for his uncle
  • C. the strength of communal living in Africa
  • D. the irresponsibility of his parents
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This question is based on Camara Laye's The African Child.
The setting of The African Child is a kingdom with

  • A. Islamic and modern traditions
  • B. pre-Islamic and Islamic traditions
  • C. pre-Islamic traditions
  • D. pre-Islamic and modern traditions
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This question is based on Camara Laye's The African Child.
Laye's first-person narrative techinique

  • A. makes the work very humorous
  • B. makes his work less realistic
  • C. quickens the tempo of his narrative
  • D. makes his story more believable
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This question is based on Camara Laye's The African Child
The success of the novel lies in the author's

  • A. realistic portrayal of Laye's conurtship with Marie
  • B. effective use of sociological and fictional materials
  • C. recreation of an African childhood in Conakry
  • D. use of traditional elements for colour
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This question is based on Camara Laye's The African Child
The most important objects in the hut are the

  • A. prayer-rugs
  • B. implements used in the workshop
  • C. tool-boxes o Camara's father
  • D. pcts containng the magic charms
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