The Great Storm - Nwasolu Celestine Ikechukwu - ebook
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In this play, Nwasolu Celestine criticizes the exploitations person or people whose opinions, especially about religion or politics, and who may do things that are violent, illegal, etc. it is extremist. The play opens with Enamel, as Enamel was returning from the city, where he went to serve his master; he took off late in the afternoon so he reached home at night. He followed the narrow bush part that leads to his village. Then, he was attacked by some hoodlums (gangs) that stays late at night to rob people of their valuables. When they searched Enamel, they discovered that he was Emeka's brother the tattoo their father gave them their heritage was indented on them from generation to generation.

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The Great Storm

By

Nwasolu Celestine Ikechukwu

Copyright © 2018 by Nwasolu Celestine Ikechukwu.

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Table of Contents

Title Page

Copyright Page

PREFACE

PLOT SUMMARY

THE STUDY GUIDE

STORY OF THE PLAY

ACT ONE

SCENE 1

SCENE 2

SCENE 3

SCENE 4

SCENE 5

SCENE 6

ACT TWO

SCENE 1

SCENE 2

SCENE 3

SCENE 4

SCENE 5

SCENE 6

SCENE 7

SCENE 8

ACT THREE

SCENE 1

SCENE 2

SCENE 3

SCENE 4

SCENE 5

SCENE 6

SCENE 7

SCENE 8

SCENE 9

SCENE 10

SCENE 11

SCENE 12

SCENE 13

SCENE 14

SCENE 15

ACT FOUR

SCENE 1

SCENE 2

SCENE 3

SCENE 4

SCENE 5

SCENE 6

SCENE 7

SCENE 8

ACT FIVE

SCENE 1

SCENE 2

SCENE 3

SCENE 4

SCENE 5

SCENE 6

SCENE 7

ACT SIX

SCENE 1

SCENE 2

SCENE 3

SCENE 4

SCENE 5

SCENE 6

SCENE 7

ACT SEVEN

SCENE 1

SCENE 2

SCENE 3

SCENE 4

SCENE 5

SCENE 6

SCENE 7

ACT EIGHT

SCENE 1

SCENE 2

SCENE 3

SCENE 4

SCENE 5

SCENE 6

SCENE 7

SCENE 8

SCENE 9

ACT NINE: SCENE 1

SCENE 2

SUMMARY OF THE BOOK SUSPENSE

STORY

FLASHBACK

THE TATTOO

RE —UNION

JEALOUSY

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

ABOUT THE BOOK

PREFACE

In this play Nwasolu Celestine criticize the exploitations person or people whose opinions, especially about religion or political, and who may do things that are violent, illegal, etc. it is extremist. The play opens with Enamel, as Enamel was returning from the city, were he went to serve his master; he took of late in the afternoon so he reached home at night. He followed the narrow bush part that leads to his village. Then, he was attacked by some hoodlums (gangs) that stays late at night to rob people of their valuables. When they searched Enamel, they discovered that he was Emeka's brother the tattoo their father gave them their heritage was indented on them from generation to generation.

PLOT SUMMARY

The book, the Great Storm, is a very interesting story, it depicts the future   king. When Emeka was given birth to, he was adopted when his mother died at child birth, so he was sent to motherless babies' home for maternity care.

The nurse gave the baby to queen whom was desperately in need of a child. Emeka was the adopted son of the Queen which many knows. He was very fortunate. This play narrates that he became a prince in the palace; he went for wars and fought for the kingdom for peace to reign. They conquered their enemies. He had stopped crimes harboring within and outside the palace (kingdom). The words by cast (character) are very short and each has meaning and makes the story the playwright is telling meaningful. The introduction includes the study guide which will aids students using the book for educational purpose to understand the book very well. The study guide assist non­students a like reading the book for personal benefit to understand and enjoy it very well.

THE STUDY GUIDE

The study guide for The Great Storm are set under the literary functions which are as follows:

1. Story of the play

2. Type of drama

3. Theme 4. Setting

5. Plot 6. Language and style

7. Characterization

8. Summary

STORY OF THE PLAY

The  play story is about Group of gangs try to attack Enamel and as they did interrogate him, one saw the identity card and tattoo and told the rest to stop beating the boy (Enamel) that he is Emeka's brother. Enamel was surprised by this madent.

He then intends to research more of the Emeka's Life/Trauma:

Type of drama

The play is tragedy.

Theme

This is seen in the play when Emeka was given birth to, he was adopted when his mother died at child bearing, so he was sent to motherless babies home for maternity care.

Setting

The play is set when Emeka was as noble as a king he separated the bad from good, evil from worthy, and a selfless king. A warrior and an achiever.

Plots