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the Yoruban people. It is thought that the horsemans spirit will aid the chiefs spirit ascend into the afterlife. But that said Jenny Jules and Lucien Msamati are brilliant as Mr and Mrs Pilkings with their posh upper class accents providing much of the plays humour. No one forces anyone to commit suicide; the definition tells us that this is a voluntary situation. If you kill yourself, thats.
As the final words of every play reflect its very essence and are the ones that are mostly addressed to the consciousness of the reader, it is very important to understand what exactly they mean. In the Western world, suicide is mainly seen as a personal experience. In despair, Elesin kills himself condemning his tainted soul in the afterlife.
The taste is too much and too little; it nags in the back of his mind and eventually causes his downfall at the time of his expected suicide. It affects everyone, alive or dead, because it has little to do with Elesin personally. This does not mean he will change, but without Olundes the enlightened native suicide, there would be no chance for understanding. Iyaloja shows that the Yoruban culture does not need anybody to judge it, especially in the face of the colonists, but what it needs is the right to independently exist on the land it has existed hundred of years ago. A form of redemption. The last words of Wole Soyinkas Death and the Kings horseman are given to Iyaloja. . Info: Tickets - A Travelex 10 Tickets production: almost half the seats for every performance are 10 or evenings and matinees from 10-15. You face God separately from everyone else; your life is viewed by itself. Certainly this may seem the most obvious part of the play, but we would do the general understanding of Death a disservice if we ignored one of the central conflicts in the play. Time and space depend on the individual, and thus suicide cannot accomplish anything but personal end.
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