To award credit to someone.
An indirect and often haphazard route.
To share an emotional connection; to feel empathy towards.
A controversial novel written by James Joyce using stream of consciousness technique and which was banned in many countries due to its frank treatment of sexuality and adult themes.
A philosophical movement based on the affirmation of African values and raising the consciousness of African heritage and culture.
A more intense and focused form of vegetarianism that rejects the consumption of any food containing animal ingredients.
Accidentally; not done on purpose or with intent.
To absolve of one’s sins.
Seeming or apparent; professed or purported; ostensibly.
Facilitate; to speed up; put on the fast track.
A relationship existing between independent literary works.
A term roughly translating into a confident self-assurance based on a dignified composure about one’s own abilities or talents.
A correspondence between two things, often drawing a similarity between two otherwise distinctly unrelated entities.
A duplication or replication, typically considered inferior to the original.
A discipline of study embracing the arts, philosophy and history, but not the sciences.
The study of ancient Greek culture.
Weakly bonded; likely to be temporary rather than permanent; vague and unsubstantiated.
Embezzle; misappropriate funds.
A manner of persuasion based on the belief that you catch more flies with honey than vinegar; sweet-talk; cajolery.
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