Gce literature answers 2021
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*2. Mr. NOBLE AS A SECOND CLASS CITIZEN IN THE NOVEL*
Mr Noble; He is an old Nigerian whose name initially had not been Mr Noble. He got the name upon arriving England when he became a second-rate (second-class citizen) person. That was in the early 1960s. So many stories chase him about “so confusing and so contradictory that he became a living legend”.
Rumours about him include his having been a retired civil servant, son of a certain chief in Benin City; he has six wives and twenty children whom he leaves behind to come and study Law in England. In the end, he does not make a law degree. We are told that his failure to make a law degree is due to “a gross miscalculation”. He fails to get to England with sufficient sum of money as the money he comes in with “was not even enough to see him through GCE or Matriculation” examinations.
He presses on, however. He decides to work and study He looks for jobs but gets none until he becomes a lift man at a tube station whose work is to shout “Mind the doors” all day and to collect tickets and sometimes pennies from fare-dodgers”. He is constantly drinking, becoming a jester or clown, made so by mates at work or those he meets in clubs. Nearly naked at each of these performances he is entitled to a pint of alcohol. Alter a while, he starts to behave like a child. In other words At the point he is showing such an anger, “Vicky’s right ear was getting as big as that of an elephant” At the height of Francis’ family planning dispute with his wife, he calls Mr Noble and the tenants.
As soon as Mr Noble knows why they are gathered he reminds his tenant (Francis) that his wife (Adah) has some health issues and sent all the inquisitive tenants away,” insisting that “there was nothing bad in Adah getting birth control gear” except that “she should have told her husband”
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