Wole Soyinka Plays
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- THE DRAMA AND THEATRE OF WOLE SOYINKA
- sporadic cyclostyled newsheek of campus commentary and humour”5. In Soyinka Six Plays, “a chronology” of Wole Soyinka between 1934.
- Soyinka's reinterpretation of the play introduces character's like the
- performance that he puts in his plays. The aim of this article is to highlight some of the salient features of Wole Soyinka's 'revision' of.
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- “African Literary Comment on Dictators: Wole Soyinka's Plays and Nuruddin Farah's Novels” The. Journal of Modern African Studies 26: 171-177, 1988.
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- 'The great Nigerian poem not yet written'
- Same thing with Wole Soyinka's plays and poems. I know that Niyi Osundare has been translated into many languages starting with his Eye of the Earth, which won the Commonwealth Prize in 1986.
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- Amazon.com: Soyinka Plays (Contemporary Dramatists) (v. 2
- Amazon.com: Soyinka Plays (Contemporary Dramatists) (v. 2) (9780413732606): Wole Soyinka: Books.
- Wole Soyinka
- Wole Soyinka (1934-) - in full Akinwande Oluwole Soyinka Soyinka's plays range from comedy to tragedy, and from political satire to the theatre of the absurd.