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Lk eng 12/II.2 Theme: Voices from the African Continent - Focus on Nigeria Text: Ch. N. Adichie: Half of the Yellow Sun Annotations: 1.9 1.16 1.16 1.25 4. Klausur Assignments: 1. Briefly summarise this excerpt from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's novel in your own words [AFB I Comprehension] 1.26 1.46 1.49 1.58 1.59 1.60 1.62 1.63 1.63 [135 Min.] 2. Analyse how the author characterises the boy Ugwu and his master highlighting their differing lives. [AFB II Analysis] 3. Write Ugwu's diary entry on the first evening at his new job. In doing so, cover the following matters: his personal experiences of that day, his first impressions, his thoughts and feelings. (AFB III Evaluation/Creation of text] Name: - - choked with (adj.) - here: full of tarred (adj.) - having a surface of tar to itch to do s.th. [infml.] - here: to want to do s.th. very much heady (adj.) making you feel excited and confident - 12-6-2020 1 compound (n.) - property to mold to shape a soft substance (like mud) into a particular form corrugated iron dt: Wellblech singlet (n.) a sleeveless undershirt slanted (adj.) - sloping oblivious (adj.) - not aware of s.th. complexion (n.) - skin colour bark (n.) the outer covering of a tree lustrous (adj.) - soft and shining (novel extract) Please, deal with the assignments in the given order and try to find appropriate introductions and endings to each answer. Always support your findings with references and / or quotations from the text and...

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quote properly, giving line references. Good luck! - 1- 10 piessions 5 15 20 25 30 Lk eng 12/11.2 4. Klausur [135 Min.] Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Half of a Yellow Sun (2006) Half of a Yellow Sun takes place in Nigeria in the 1960s and concerns the events of the Nigerian Civil War (also called the Biafran War) and the years preceding it. The novel begins when Ugwu, an Igbo boy from a bush village, goes to Nsukka to work as a houseboy for Odenigbo, a professor and radical. Master was a little crazy; he had spent too many years reading books overseas, talked to himself in his office, did not always return greetings, and had too much hair. Ugwu's aunty said this in a low voice as they walked on the path. "But he is a good man," she added. "And as long as you work well, you will eat well. You will even eat meat every day." [...] 12-6-2020 aund. insore not very put together ood 466 -ll take care of Dawn Ugwu did not believe that anybody, not even this master he was going to live with, ate meat every day. He did not disagree less-priviledged background with his aunty, though, because he was too choked with expectation, too busy imagining his new life away from the village. They had been walking for a while now, since they got off the lorry at the motor park, and the afternoon sun burned the back of his neck. But he did not mind. He was prepared to walk hours more in even hotter sun. He had never seen anything like the streets that appeared after they went past the university gates, streets so smooth and tarred that he itched to lay his cheek down on them. He would never be able to describe to his sister overwhelmed, in disbelief Anulika how the bungalows here were painted the color of the sky and sat side by side like polite well-dressed men, how the hedges separating them were trimmed so flat on top that they looked like tables wrapped with leaves. nervous, curious. strong-willed, determined impressed stunned His aunty walked faster, her slippers making slap-slap sounds that echoed in the silent street. Ugwu wondered if she, too, could feel the coal tar getting hotter underneath, through her thin soles. [...] He smelled something sweet, heady, as they may new impressions walked into a compound, and was sure it came from the white flowers clustered on the bushes at the entrance. The bushes were shaped like slender hills. The lawn glistened. Butterflies hovered above. "I told Master you will learn everything fast, osiso-osiso," aunt has high expectations. his aunty said. Ugwu nodded attentively although she had- -pressured already told him this many times, as often as she told him the but determined, eager to learr, attentive, well-behaved 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 story of how his good fortune came about: While she was sweeping the corridor in the mathematics department a week ago, she heard Master say that he needed a houseboy to do his cleaning, and she immediately said she could help [...]. "I will learn fast, Aunty," Ugwu said. He was staring at the self-confident car in the garage; a strip of metal ran around its blue body like a necklace. "Remember, what you will answer whenever he calls you is Yes, sah!" "Yes, sah!" Ugwu repeated. They were standing before the glass door. Ugwu held back from reaching out to touch the cement wall, to see how different it would feel from the mud walls of his mother's hut that still bore the faint patterns of molding fingers. For a brief moment, he wished he were back there now, in his mother's hut, under the longs for familiarity dim coolness of the thatch roof; or in his aunty's hut, the only one in the village with a corrugated iron roof. sed to poverty His aunty tapped on the glass. Ugwu could see the white curtains behind the door. A voice said, in English, "Yes? Come in." They took off their slippers before walking in. Ugwu had never seen a room so wide. Despite the brown sofas arranged in a semicircle, the side tables between them, the shelves crammed with books, and the center table with a vase of red and white plastic flowers, the room still seemed to have too much space. Master sat in an armchair, wearing a singlet and a pair of shorts. He was not sitting upright but slanted, a book covering his face, as though oblivious that he had just asked people in. "Good afternoon, sah! This is the child," Ugwu's aunty said. Master looked up. His complexion was very dark, like old bark, and the hair that covered his chest and legs was a lustrous, darker shade. He pulled off his glasses. "The child?" "The houseboy, sah." listens as to make pression, no From: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Half of a Yellow Sun, 2006, pp. 3-4. appearance C -does-1 Core good or does not feel 40 ->s-perior to propery greet Lam Lk eng 12/II.2 Theme: Voices from the African Continent - Focus on Nigeria Text: Ch. N. Adichie: Half of a Yellow Sun (novel extract) Erwartungshorizont / Bewertungsbogen [→ Schreiben mit Leseverstehen (integriert)] I. Inhaltliche Leistung 1 3 • D 2 Anforderungsbereich I (Comprehension) Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's novel in your own words. introduction (author/title/topic, etc.) / topical sentence(s)... The text at hand is an excerpt from the novel "Half of a Yellow Sun" written by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and was published in 2006s privileged It is about a Nigerian boy, Ugwu, living under poor conditions and his aunt providing him with a job as a houseboy for a wealthy university professor named Odenigb 2 The excerpt tackles the topic of clashing worlds / ways of life in Nigeria contrasting the boy's situation in life with that of his boss. not responsive ● · summary of extract including: character traits of his new bossa. suured • . additional points: Summe 1. Teilaufgabe Ugwu's thoughts (febrs and expectations) about his new life soups description the way to the compound and the compound as such explanation of how his aunt got him the job idea description of the house/ room ide (conclusion) ... his family: curious motivated 4. Klausur • ● Anforderungsbereich II (Analysis) 2 the boy Ugwu and his master highlighting their differing lives. 1 introductory / topical sentence ... ceuvonment [role ... the boy Ugwu: his character as such: ● Name: ● 12-6-2020 ... . Summarise this excerpt from · outward features / appearance ✔ chiellood not old (seen as a child, 1. 65) 2plo /bushe village (yp. 2.4) throug Cus/impressions disbelief love... вопорядо 9 has an aunt with him (1.3) poor / underprivileged has a sister (11. 17/18) has a mother (1.45) max. Pkte Analyse how the author characterises max. Pkte 1 stuned, I extremely imprened 22 very excited (11.9/10) imaginative (11. 10f.) has not been out of his village really (11. 1/11) maire patient (11. 13/14) allentive Pkte -> mature but homesich -> aunt's pressure but positive.. (2) A 16 9 Pkte 4 amazed (11.ff.) (170) meet expectatilling to learn (11.30, 137 Moup-willed Jacherined submissive (11. 40ff.) well-behaved Mellivaldi: divelele midiseliter Mbaralikti- nimmpfos alsos a good mon malve family prons 56 1 ● 3 ● · . ● ● the master Odenigbo: ples outward features / appearance wearing a singlet (1.58) wearing shorts (1.58) ● • . . 0 ● ● • 0 his character as such: highlighting their differing lives/social positions (bey vs master): 7 5 concluding/summarising sentence... additional points: Summe 2. Teilaufgabe neutral: • talks to himself (11. 2f.) does not always return greetings (11. 3f.) can read (1.59) ● - very dark (11.62f.) hairy chest and legs (11. 63f.) / too much hair (1. 3) wearing glasses (1.64) biased: Anforderungsbereich III (Creation of text) Write Ugwu's diary entry on 3 the first evening at his new job. [...] cover the following matters: his personal experiences of that day, his first impressions, his thoughts and feelings. The diary entry involves - ● a little cra (1.1) has read too many books (1.2) details: ● has an office (1.2) poor vs wealthy difference in education the date / day / time of writing a greeting, e.g.: Dear diary, ... The student writes Ugwu's diary entry in which he reports about his personal experience, ride ( 70 ANA his first impressions of the residence of his future boss, his thoughts about his master as well as different environments / backgrounds different experiences of life / biographies his feelings about the new job, the environment and the new employer as such The student expresses Ugwu's wishes dreams and / or money his looking ahead / to the future wealthy comptable erfestyle additional points: Summe 3. Teilaufgabe (3.2) not completely? miferionty has to be obrament respectful que ruperior Coblivious ~.) anopant (palmatigings highe Handling well-respect defmipoteu 3 1 nenous disappointed (fortunate tal clibres Toon / master's house COD 07.09 h to nee evare, move feels avions max. Pkte Summe: 1., 2. und 3. Teilaufgabe (PART A) (yd: 2.4 (4) 1 24 48 1 want him to liste me.. 6 Pkte 18 18 1,000 by best 1 (2) 20 44 60 60 -2- 1 nawaler Exam No.4 Voices from the African Continent- Focus Nigeria whom 05 Assignment 1 The excerpt from Chimamand Ngozi Adichie's novel "Half of a yellow Sun, which was Seite published in the 2006, takes place in Nigeria 1960s. It deals with the labo bog Uguy who travels to Nsukka with his a houseboy for the Launt to become his 1 Datum: June 12, 202 Z professor Odenigbo. The author describes the boy's thoughts and impressions as new life. he prepares for Ugwa's aunt describes Odenigho, they refer to as "master" is expected of the a little crazy" and disorganized and tries to predict what her nephew's life in Nsukka will be like. area as As the boy's family is less privileged and lives in a bush village, rather than civilized, more progressive of Nigeria, Ugwn is stunned by the new impressions of the city. The authos mentions his disbelief about the colors of the houses, the well-kept gardens and sweet smells Furthermore, the aunt announces what young Konzept und Layout: Europaschule Troisdorf Gedruckt auf 100% Recycling-Papier bez voising her 2 expectation that he will learn everything _respond to his master with Seite fast and always "Yes, sah!" Initially, it was is idea to suggest he nephew as for the the university. Ogwu promises to follow directions and learn fast in his new job. However, it brief moment" he mentioned that "for longs for the familiarity of his hometown. The two charactes reach Master's house afte professor while she was cleaning introduced not the woman's a greet to him. The 47 houseboy very responsive to his new houseboy and him and his annt while does long walk where Ugwa man is not he sits in armchair After Ugun is introduced merely reacts by asking the child?" in a wide room. to him, Odenighe 95 In conclusion, the except provides descriptions of the three characters and presents information about and feelings, as well background. about Ugua's situation his personal => haine Jilate mi AFRI Į 16-7 -R Assignment 2 In this excerpt from the novel Why Half assume of the yellow Sun", published in 2006, the author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie characterizes the boy Ugwu and his master Odenigbo. Their different behavior and personalities are strongly influenced by the environments in which they live as well To start their personal role. off, there no information giver about Ugwa's outward clothes or specific аде Ugwa's outward appearance Howeve, one that he a young boy as he_ child (ep. 1.61), is still referred to an indigenous Land lives in Os G Seite owns is Ugwu belongs to the Igbo people. group is southeastern Nigeria, with his family bush a 3 village Nsukka (cp. introduction/ hat with before moving to His mother OWNS. soof (cp. 11.47 f.) and his annt only hut "in the village with a coringated roof" (1.49). Evidently, Ugun grew up 660 Ch -Sed thatch lives in the poor, under privileged environment. This results in him being extremly impressed when he first gets to see Nsukka and the master's house. His way of life is entirely foreign to the young boy as it so different from what is Examples of this are him stating that 4 he does not believe that anybody, even this to live with, ale ment every day "(11.7 £.). Ugun is so stunned that he expresses that he would never to describe to his sister Anulika how the color of maste he bungalows here the sky "(11.17 f.). In Seite a more remains were painted the results in him being naive, but also. curious and motivated. Moreover, one quickly realizes that the boy is strong-willed, determined and well-behaved. The fact that "he hours be able prepared to wall even hotter Sun" (11.13 f.) is proof of this. Although his aunt has very high expectations and thus puts a lot of -pressure. he nephew lep. 1.30), Ugwa attentive and expresses that he eager to learn (cp.1.37) and will meet all of the expectations that he is confronted with. In addition, this suggests that he is young person with a self-confident a way, Ugun's childhood especially positive mindset. Despite seeming very mature, one is reminded of the boy's young age when he expresses feelings of homesickness (cp.11. 46-49). In Conclusion, Ugun confident, well-behaved boy who undoubtedly believes that he will learn obtain the necessary skills to successfully do his can be described 704 1602 eraikun! Cuidonch? job. Despite being confronted new impressions, the boy seems. positive. author 1 Odenigho, referred to as "Maste is a 1 professor The man a in and their makes 。-paces. has very and I-strons dark hair his chest and legs. Furthermore, Ugwa's aunt states that much hat (1.3). It is also he has "too mentioned that he During the Одших he is dressed in "a singlet and pat not given any information on of shorts (1.58). The reader his age. The professor lives in a house him Seite 5 Datum:ne 12, 2021 Nsuklca. Ugun's description of the room (cp. 11.54-57) and the fact that he is need of a houseboy (ep 11. 35 f.) hints at him being quite wealthy, having a comfortable lifestyle. This might result in him acting. 247 radical from Nsukka. to dark skin which the to "old bark" (11.62 f.), of this feel the properly greet Ugan and his aunt and seems oblivious to arrival (cp. 11.59 (.). This behavior need wears glasses (cp.1.64). maste's first interaction with superior, consumptuous way. Evidence be found when he does not Jeem to rathe atrog and Konzept und Layout Europaschule Troisdorf Gedruckt auf 100% Recycling Papier

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Lk eng 12/II.2 Theme: Voices from the African Continent - Focus on Nigeria Text: Ch. N. Adichie: Half of the Yellow Sun Annotations: 1.9 1.16 1.16 1.25 4. Klausur Assignments: 1. Briefly summarise this excerpt from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's novel in your own words [AFB I Comprehension] 1.26 1.46 1.49 1.58 1.59 1.60 1.62 1.63 1.63 [135 Min.] 2. Analyse how the author characterises the boy Ugwu and his master highlighting their differing lives. [AFB II Analysis] 3. Write Ugwu's diary entry on the first evening at his new job. In doing so, cover the following matters: his personal experiences of that day, his first impressions, his thoughts and feelings. (AFB III Evaluation/Creation of text] Name: - - choked with (adj.) - here: full of tarred (adj.) - having a surface of tar to itch to do s.th. [infml.] - here: to want to do s.th. very much heady (adj.) making you feel excited and confident - 12-6-2020 1 compound (n.) - property to mold to shape a soft substance (like mud) into a particular form corrugated iron dt: Wellblech singlet (n.) a sleeveless undershirt slanted (adj.) - sloping oblivious (adj.) - not aware of s.th. complexion (n.) - skin colour bark (n.) the outer covering of a tree lustrous (adj.) - soft and shining (novel extract) Please, deal with the assignments in the given order and try to find appropriate introductions and endings to each answer. Always support your findings with references and / or quotations from the text and...

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quote properly, giving line references. Good luck! - 1- 10 piessions 5 15 20 25 30 Lk eng 12/11.2 4. Klausur [135 Min.] Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Half of a Yellow Sun (2006) Half of a Yellow Sun takes place in Nigeria in the 1960s and concerns the events of the Nigerian Civil War (also called the Biafran War) and the years preceding it. The novel begins when Ugwu, an Igbo boy from a bush village, goes to Nsukka to work as a houseboy for Odenigbo, a professor and radical. Master was a little crazy; he had spent too many years reading books overseas, talked to himself in his office, did not always return greetings, and had too much hair. Ugwu's aunty said this in a low voice as they walked on the path. "But he is a good man," she added. "And as long as you work well, you will eat well. You will even eat meat every day." [...] 12-6-2020 aund. insore not very put together ood 466 -ll take care of Dawn Ugwu did not believe that anybody, not even this master he was going to live with, ate meat every day. He did not disagree less-priviledged background with his aunty, though, because he was too choked with expectation, too busy imagining his new life away from the village. They had been walking for a while now, since they got off the lorry at the motor park, and the afternoon sun burned the back of his neck. But he did not mind. He was prepared to walk hours more in even hotter sun. He had never seen anything like the streets that appeared after they went past the university gates, streets so smooth and tarred that he itched to lay his cheek down on them. He would never be able to describe to his sister overwhelmed, in disbelief Anulika how the bungalows here were painted the color of the sky and sat side by side like polite well-dressed men, how the hedges separating them were trimmed so flat on top that they looked like tables wrapped with leaves. nervous, curious. strong-willed, determined impressed stunned His aunty walked faster, her slippers making slap-slap sounds that echoed in the silent street. Ugwu wondered if she, too, could feel the coal tar getting hotter underneath, through her thin soles. [...] He smelled something sweet, heady, as they may new impressions walked into a compound, and was sure it came from the white flowers clustered on the bushes at the entrance. The bushes were shaped like slender hills. The lawn glistened. Butterflies hovered above. "I told Master you will learn everything fast, osiso-osiso," aunt has high expectations. his aunty said. Ugwu nodded attentively although she had- -pressured already told him this many times, as often as she told him the but determined, eager to learr, attentive, well-behaved 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 story of how his good fortune came about: While she was sweeping the corridor in the mathematics department a week ago, she heard Master say that he needed a houseboy to do his cleaning, and she immediately said she could help [...]. "I will learn fast, Aunty," Ugwu said. He was staring at the self-confident car in the garage; a strip of metal ran around its blue body like a necklace. "Remember, what you will answer whenever he calls you is Yes, sah!" "Yes, sah!" Ugwu repeated. They were standing before the glass door. Ugwu held back from reaching out to touch the cement wall, to see how different it would feel from the mud walls of his mother's hut that still bore the faint patterns of molding fingers. For a brief moment, he wished he were back there now, in his mother's hut, under the longs for familiarity dim coolness of the thatch roof; or in his aunty's hut, the only one in the village with a corrugated iron roof. sed to poverty His aunty tapped on the glass. Ugwu could see the white curtains behind the door. A voice said, in English, "Yes? Come in." They took off their slippers before walking in. Ugwu had never seen a room so wide. Despite the brown sofas arranged in a semicircle, the side tables between them, the shelves crammed with books, and the center table with a vase of red and white plastic flowers, the room still seemed to have too much space. Master sat in an armchair, wearing a singlet and a pair of shorts. He was not sitting upright but slanted, a book covering his face, as though oblivious that he had just asked people in. "Good afternoon, sah! This is the child," Ugwu's aunty said. Master looked up. His complexion was very dark, like old bark, and the hair that covered his chest and legs was a lustrous, darker shade. He pulled off his glasses. "The child?" "The houseboy, sah." listens as to make pression, no From: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Half of a Yellow Sun, 2006, pp. 3-4. appearance C -does-1 Core good or does not feel 40 ->s-perior to propery greet Lam Lk eng 12/II.2 Theme: Voices from the African Continent - Focus on Nigeria Text: Ch. N. Adichie: Half of a Yellow Sun (novel extract) Erwartungshorizont / Bewertungsbogen [→ Schreiben mit Leseverstehen (integriert)] I. Inhaltliche Leistung 1 3 • D 2 Anforderungsbereich I (Comprehension) Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's novel in your own words. introduction (author/title/topic, etc.) / topical sentence(s)... The text at hand is an excerpt from the novel "Half of a Yellow Sun" written by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and was published in 2006s privileged It is about a Nigerian boy, Ugwu, living under poor conditions and his aunt providing him with a job as a houseboy for a wealthy university professor named Odenigb 2 The excerpt tackles the topic of clashing worlds / ways of life in Nigeria contrasting the boy's situation in life with that of his boss. not responsive ● · summary of extract including: character traits of his new bossa. suured • . additional points: Summe 1. Teilaufgabe Ugwu's thoughts (febrs and expectations) about his new life soups description the way to the compound and the compound as such explanation of how his aunt got him the job idea description of the house/ room ide (conclusion) ... his family: curious motivated 4. Klausur • ● Anforderungsbereich II (Analysis) 2 the boy Ugwu and his master highlighting their differing lives. 1 introductory / topical sentence ... ceuvonment [role ... the boy Ugwu: his character as such: ● Name: ● 12-6-2020 ... . Summarise this excerpt from · outward features / appearance ✔ chiellood not old (seen as a child, 1. 65) 2plo /bushe village (yp. 2.4) throug Cus/impressions disbelief love... вопорядо 9 has an aunt with him (1.3) poor / underprivileged has a sister (11. 17/18) has a mother (1.45) max. Pkte Analyse how the author characterises max. Pkte 1 stuned, I extremely imprened 22 very excited (11.9/10) imaginative (11. 10f.) has not been out of his village really (11. 1/11) maire patient (11. 13/14) allentive Pkte -> mature but homesich -> aunt's pressure but positive.. (2) A 16 9 Pkte 4 amazed (11.ff.) (170) meet expectatilling to learn (11.30, 137 Moup-willed Jacherined submissive (11. 40ff.) well-behaved Mellivaldi: divelele midiseliter Mbaralikti- nimmpfos alsos a good mon malve family prons 56 1 ● 3 ● · . ● ● the master Odenigbo: ples outward features / appearance wearing a singlet (1.58) wearing shorts (1.58) ● • . . 0 ● ● • 0 his character as such: highlighting their differing lives/social positions (bey vs master): 7 5 concluding/summarising sentence... additional points: Summe 2. Teilaufgabe neutral: • talks to himself (11. 2f.) does not always return greetings (11. 3f.) can read (1.59) ● - very dark (11.62f.) hairy chest and legs (11. 63f.) / too much hair (1. 3) wearing glasses (1.64) biased: Anforderungsbereich III (Creation of text) Write Ugwu's diary entry on 3 the first evening at his new job. [...] cover the following matters: his personal experiences of that day, his first impressions, his thoughts and feelings. The diary entry involves - ● a little cra (1.1) has read too many books (1.2) details: ● has an office (1.2) poor vs wealthy difference in education the date / day / time of writing a greeting, e.g.: Dear diary, ... The student writes Ugwu's diary entry in which he reports about his personal experience, ride ( 70 ANA his first impressions of the residence of his future boss, his thoughts about his master as well as different environments / backgrounds different experiences of life / biographies his feelings about the new job, the environment and the new employer as such The student expresses Ugwu's wishes dreams and / or money his looking ahead / to the future wealthy comptable erfestyle additional points: Summe 3. Teilaufgabe (3.2) not completely? miferionty has to be obrament respectful que ruperior Coblivious ~.) anopant (palmatigings highe Handling well-respect defmipoteu 3 1 nenous disappointed (fortunate tal clibres Toon / master's house COD 07.09 h to nee evare, move feels avions max. Pkte Summe: 1., 2. und 3. Teilaufgabe (PART A) (yd: 2.4 (4) 1 24 48 1 want him to liste me.. 6 Pkte 18 18 1,000 by best 1 (2) 20 44 60 60 -2- 1 nawaler Exam No.4 Voices from the African Continent- Focus Nigeria whom 05 Assignment 1 The excerpt from Chimamand Ngozi Adichie's novel "Half of a yellow Sun, which was Seite published in the 2006, takes place in Nigeria 1960s. It deals with the labo bog Uguy who travels to Nsukka with his a houseboy for the Launt to become his 1 Datum: June 12, 202 Z professor Odenigbo. The author describes the boy's thoughts and impressions as new life. he prepares for Ugwa's aunt describes Odenigho, they refer to as "master" is expected of the a little crazy" and disorganized and tries to predict what her nephew's life in Nsukka will be like. area as As the boy's family is less privileged and lives in a bush village, rather than civilized, more progressive of Nigeria, Ugwn is stunned by the new impressions of the city. The authos mentions his disbelief about the colors of the houses, the well-kept gardens and sweet smells Furthermore, the aunt announces what young Konzept und Layout: Europaschule Troisdorf Gedruckt auf 100% Recycling-Papier bez voising her 2 expectation that he will learn everything _respond to his master with Seite fast and always "Yes, sah!" Initially, it was is idea to suggest he nephew as for the the university. Ogwu promises to follow directions and learn fast in his new job. However, it brief moment" he mentioned that "for longs for the familiarity of his hometown. The two charactes reach Master's house afte professor while she was cleaning introduced not the woman's a greet to him. The 47 houseboy very responsive to his new houseboy and him and his annt while does long walk where Ugwa man is not he sits in armchair After Ugun is introduced merely reacts by asking the child?" in a wide room. to him, Odenighe 95 In conclusion, the except provides descriptions of the three characters and presents information about and feelings, as well background. about Ugua's situation his personal => haine Jilate mi AFRI Į 16-7 -R Assignment 2 In this excerpt from the novel Why Half assume of the yellow Sun", published in 2006, the author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie characterizes the boy Ugwu and his master Odenigbo. Their different behavior and personalities are strongly influenced by the environments in which they live as well To start their personal role. off, there no information giver about Ugwa's outward clothes or specific аде Ugwa's outward appearance Howeve, one that he a young boy as he_ child (ep. 1.61), is still referred to an indigenous Land lives in Os G Seite owns is Ugwu belongs to the Igbo people. group is southeastern Nigeria, with his family bush a 3 village Nsukka (cp. introduction/ hat with before moving to His mother OWNS. soof (cp. 11.47 f.) and his annt only hut "in the village with a coringated roof" (1.49). Evidently, Ugun grew up 660 Ch -Sed thatch lives in the poor, under privileged environment. This results in him being extremly impressed when he first gets to see Nsukka and the master's house. His way of life is entirely foreign to the young boy as it so different from what is Examples of this are him stating that 4 he does not believe that anybody, even this to live with, ale ment every day "(11.7 £.). Ugun is so stunned that he expresses that he would never to describe to his sister Anulika how the color of maste he bungalows here the sky "(11.17 f.). In Seite a more remains were painted the results in him being naive, but also. curious and motivated. Moreover, one quickly realizes that the boy is strong-willed, determined and well-behaved. The fact that "he hours be able prepared to wall even hotter Sun" (11.13 f.) is proof of this. Although his aunt has very high expectations and thus puts a lot of -pressure. he nephew lep. 1.30), Ugwa attentive and expresses that he eager to learn (cp.1.37) and will meet all of the expectations that he is confronted with. In addition, this suggests that he is young person with a self-confident a way, Ugun's childhood especially positive mindset. Despite seeming very mature, one is reminded of the boy's young age when he expresses feelings of homesickness (cp.11. 46-49). In Conclusion, Ugun confident, well-behaved boy who undoubtedly believes that he will learn obtain the necessary skills to successfully do his can be described 704 1602 eraikun! Cuidonch? job. Despite being confronted new impressions, the boy seems. positive. author 1 Odenigho, referred to as "Maste is a 1 professor The man a in and their makes 。-paces. has very and I-strons dark hair his chest and legs. Furthermore, Ugwa's aunt states that much hat (1.3). It is also he has "too mentioned that he During the Одших he is dressed in "a singlet and pat not given any information on of shorts (1.58). The reader his age. The professor lives in a house him Seite 5 Datum:ne 12, 2021 Nsuklca. Ugun's description of the room (cp. 11.54-57) and the fact that he is need of a houseboy (ep 11. 35 f.) hints at him being quite wealthy, having a comfortable lifestyle. This might result in him acting. 247 radical from Nsukka. to dark skin which the to "old bark" (11.62 f.), of this feel the properly greet Ugan and his aunt and seems oblivious to arrival (cp. 11.59 (.). This behavior need wears glasses (cp.1.64). maste's first interaction with superior, consumptuous way. Evidence be found when he does not Jeem to rathe atrog and Konzept und Layout Europaschule Troisdorf Gedruckt auf 100% Recycling Papier