The image of Sango in Duro Ladipo's plays

Ogundeji, Philip Adeodotun
June 1998
Research in African Literatures;Summer98, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p57
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Attempts to determine the character of Sango in plays written by Duro Lapido. Derivation of Duro Lapido's fame as Sango; Background information on Duro Lapido; Reference to the plays `Oba Ko So,' `Osun,' and `Obatala'; Themes of these plays; Representation of Sango's behavioral nature; Portrayal of Sango's weakness in `Oba Ko So'.


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