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Death and the King’s Horseman: Authoritative Text, Backgrounds and Contexts, Criticism, Norton

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“Backgrounds and Sources” helps readers understand <em>Death and the King’s Horseman</em>’s traditional African contexts and the role of theater in African culture. Included are a map of Yoruba-land, discussions of Yoruban religious beliefs and cultural traditions, Soyinka on the various forms that theater has taken in African culture in order to survive, and Anthony Appiah on Soyinka’s struggle with the problem of African identity in the creation of <em>Death and the King’s Horseman</em>. Commentary on the play as both a theatrical production and a classroom text is provided by Gerald Moore, Tanure Ojaide, and Martin Rohmer.

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