SUMMARY OF THE GODS ARE NOT TO BLAME BY OLA ROTIMI EXPLAINED BY WIKIPEDIAThe following is an excerpt from my paper. Brutal honesty is more than welcomed. The importance of language is its innate ability to convey information from one person to another whether in a detailed, formal manner, or in a colloquial and relaxed fashion , in an attempt to establish a connection and a mutual understanding. Rather it alludes to national, political powers such as America, Russia, France, England, etc. It could be recalled that during the Nigerian civil war, the Biafrans blamed Russia and Britain for aiding Nigerian Federalists int he attack against them.
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June 26, All the messages conveyed, although bring the play together and provide the audience with insightful readings, the play may also serve as a symbol as to how some of the African societies model the structure presented in the play. The practices exhibited in Yoruban culture show the structure of both a social and economical factors. The leadership in the play forms a comparison to that of the King and many of the townspeople. In the economic structure, one observes the resources the Yoruban culture considers vital to maintain wellness and health. During their time of sickness, the townspeople solely depend on the herbs used as an attempt to cure the "curse" put on the people.
It is a play of three acts and ten 10 scenes act 1: 2 scenes, act 2: 4 scenes, act 3: 4 scenes. The book began with the prologue. In the land of Kutuje, a son was born to King Adetusa and his wife, Queen Ojuola, the king and queen of the land of Kutuje. The son was their first baby. The priest of Ifa,, Baba Fakunle cast his opele and said the child would kill his father and marry his own mother. No one was happy about this prophecy.
not so long ago the Yoruba formed a conglomeration of small, pre-industrial, in his play 1he gods are not to blame.t Whereas the action of Soyinka's play is set.
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ENG 295.0960 / Fall I 2014 / LaGuardia Community College, CUNY
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