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From Grace to Grass: The Metamorphic Complexity of the Bakor Folktale Hero-Protagonist examines the role of the Hero-Protagonist in Bakor Society against the backdrop of the changing concept of heroism in modern times.
It traces the changing concept of the Hero and Heroism and posits that in Bakor folktale repertoire, the Hero as the Protagonist of all folk narratives, is not necessarily the "good guy." The Hero as Protagonist can equally be the Antagonist or "bad guy" who portrays evil in society.
This way, the Bakor assert that vice and virtue are really part and parcel of human existence just as two sides to the same coin.
Mr Francis Mowang Ganyi is currently a Senior Lecturer in the English and Literary Studies Department of the University of Calabar.
He has an aptitude for the Literature of Oral expression and has published articles in that area.
He is married and has six children.
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