Bodunde, Charles
Status: Professor
Department: English

 

 


His Publications are:

 

  1. Bodunde, Charles (1999), "Political Force and Socio-Aesthetic Phenomena in Niyi Osundare's Waiting Laughters", Journal of Commonwealth, 21(2): pp 19 - 27.
  2. Bodunde, Charles ((1991), "Tributes, Censures and Transitions; A Reading of Soyinka's Mandela's Earth and Other Poems", pp 2 - 6.
  3. Bodunde, charles .A. "Oral Traditions & Modern Poetry: Okof p'Bitek's song of Lawino & Okigbo's Labyrinths", pp 24 - 34.
  4. Bodunde, Charles .A.(1991), "The Writer and His Critics: A Critical Review of Studies Ayi Kwei Armah's Fiction", pp 23 - 31.
  5. Bodunde, charles "Tanure Olajide's Poetry and the Delta Landscape: A Study of Delta Blues and Home Songs", pp 196 - 208.
  6. Bodunde, Charles "Studies in Comparative Literature", pp 55 - 73 .
  7. Bodunde, Charles "Characters and Joueneys in Soyinka's Isara: A Voyage Around Essay", Journal of Language and Literature, pp 83 - 93.
  8. Bodunde, Charles (1997), "Niyi Osundare and the Materialist Vision: A Study of The eye of the Earth", Journal of African Activist Association, XXV(II): pp 81 - 101.
  9. Bodunde, Charles (1996), "Poetry the Newspaper: The Younger Poets in Nigeria and the Search for Artistic Medium", Journal of New Writing, (34): pp 76 - 86.
  10. Bodunde, Charles (1994), "The Black writer in the Multicultural Caribbean the Vision of Africa in edward Kamau Brathwaite's The Arrivants", pp 17 - 33.
  11. Bodunde, C. A. (1992) ''Oral Literature: Research Strategies and Problems of Documentation'' Ilorin Journal of Education (University of Ilorin) No. 12, pp. 101-112.
  12. Bodunde, C. A. (1998) ''Sources, Influences and Originality: Issues in Critical Controversies'' Kola: Black Literary Journal (Black Writers' Guild, Quebec, Canada) Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 52-61.
  13. Bodunde, C. A. (1991) ''The Writer and his Critics: A Critical Review of Studies on Ayi Kwei Armah's Fiction'' Kola: Black Literary Journal (Black writers' Guild, Quebec Canada) Vol. 4, No. 2. pp. 22-31.
  14. Bodunde, C. A. (2000) ''Olu Obafemi as a Literary Theorist: The  Transposition of Cultural Materialism'' in Duro Oni & Sunday Ododo (eds.) Larger than his Frame: Critical Studies and Reflections on Olu Obafemi (Lagos: Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization, National Theatre): pp. 69-81.
  15. Bodunde, C. A. (1999) ''Politics and Exile in Contemporary Nigerian Literature'' Issues: An International Journal of African Studies (eds. Prof. Olu Obafemi and Prof. Bayo Lawal, University of Ilorin)Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 37-43. 
  16. Bodunde, C. A. (2003) ''Niyi Osundare's Village Voices and the Oral Art: A Study in Aesthetic Transfer and Linkages'' in Abdul-Rasheed Na’Allah (ed.) The People’s Poet: Emerging Perspectives on Niyi Osundare (New Jersey: African World Press): pp.273-285.
  17. Bodunde, C. A. (1999) ''Poetry as a Popular Medium: A Survey of Poetic Traditions across Periods and Regions.'' in Efurosibina Adegbija (ed.). The English Language and Literature in English: (Ilorin: Department of Modern European Languages, University of Ilorin): pp. 263-274.
  18. Bodunde, C. A. (ed.) (2001) "(Introduction) African Languages Literature and the Political Context of the 1990s" (Bayreuth: University of Bayreuth (Germany) African Studies Series): 196 pages.
  19. Bodunde, C. A. (ed.) (2001) "(Aesthetics, Media and Political Currents in Yoruba Literature) African Languages Literature and the Political Context of the 1990s" (Bayreuth: University of Bayreuth (Germany) African Studies Series): 196 pages.
  20. Bodunde, C. A. (ed.) (2010) "(Introduction) Texts and Theories" in Transition: Black African Literature and Emerging Traditions (Bayreuth:  (Germany) Bayreuth African Studies.
  21. Bodunde, C. A. (2010) “Home, Exile and Aesthetic Mediation: A Study of Selected Works of Nigerian Poets Living Abroad” in  Charles Bodunde (ed.) Texts and Theories in Transition: Black African           Literature and Emerging Traditions.
  22. Bodunde, C. A. (2001) "(Oral Aesthetic and the African Experience: The Poetry of Okello Oculi) Oral Traditions and Aesthetic Transfer:Creativity and Social Vision" in Contemporary Black Poetry (Bayreuth: University of Bayreuth (Germany) African Studies Series): 142 pages.
  23. Bodunde, C. A. (2001) "(The Minstrel, the Mourner and the Mask: Obiora Udechukwu’s Poetry) Oral Traditions and Aesthetic Transfer:Creativity and Social Vision" in Contemporary Black Poetry. pages.
  24. Bodunde, C. A. (2001) "(Kofi Anyidoho and the Ewe Funeral Dirge) Oral Traditions and Aesthetic Transfer:Creativity and Social Vision" in Contemporary Black Poetry. 142 pages.
  25. Bodunde, C. A. (1998) "Nectar Pots" (Ibadan: Heinemann Books) 104 pages.
  26. Bodunde, C. A. (1989) ''Prologue'', ''My Duty'' and ''Second Passage''in M. Zimunya, P. Porter and K. Anyidoho (eds.) The Fate of Vultures: New Poetry of Africa (London: Heinemann International): pp. 16-19.
  27. Bodunde, C. A. (1993) ''Herald'' and ''Passage'' The Spoon River Poetry Review, (University of Illinois, USA) Vol. Xvii, No. 2, pp. 92-96.
  28. Bodunde, C. A. (Fall, 1991) ''Review of Kofi Anyidoho et al (eds.) The  Fate of Vultures: New Poetry from Africa'' Research in African Literatures (Indiana University, USA) Vol. 22, No. 3 pp. 185-188.
  29. Bodunde, C. A. (1994) "No Easy Walk to Freedom: A Critical Survey of South African Literature'' in Olu Obafemi & Bayo Lawal (eds.) Issues in Contemporary African Studies II (Lagos: Academia Publications): pp. 245-249.
  30. Bodunde, C. A. (1993) ''Literary Portraits of Chaka: Thomas Mofolo and Mazisi Kunene'' African Study Monographs (Kyoto University, Japan) Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 13-22.
  31. Bodunde, C. A. (1991) ''Review of African Literature Today 16'' in Matatu (Frankfurt/Main, Germany) No. 9 pp. 219-220.
  32. Bodunde, C. A. (2000) ''Literary Biodata on Frank Aig-Imoukhuede,  Niyi Osundare, Odia Ofeimun and Olu Obafemi'' in Douglas Killam And Ruth Rowe'' The Companion to African Literatures (Oxford: James Currey): pp. 20, 192-193 and 205-206.
  33. Bodunde, C. A. (Spring & Fall 2001) ''Social Forces and Mytho-Aesthetic Phenomenon in Wole Soyinka's The Interpreters and Season of Anomy'' Commonwealth Novel in English (Center for International Understanding, Bluefield, USA) Vols. 9 & 10 pp. 171-179.