we Q and A: Kongi's Harvest by Wole Soyinka ~ Naija Poets


Question

Wole Soyinka dramatized _____ in the play Kongi's Harvest


Answer

The growth and development of political tyranny (option D)

Explanation

Kongi in the drama "Kongi's Harvest" was a wicked and selfish ruler. "There is a heavy, somber and pessimistic mood as the play begins. The king is endangered. The omniscience in the narration depicts that nothing good will come out of Kongi's leadership over the land of Isma. According to the Superintendent, one of Kongi's right-hand men, Danlola's supporters have been gathering to desecrate the national anthem of the land. Consequently, Sarumi and Danlola are in detention" [Click Here to Read The Whole Summary of Kongi's Harvest by Wole Soyinka]


The Author

Professor Wole Soyinka is more than a global icon but an immortal living among the mortals. This Abeokuta man is everything anyone wants to achieve via literature. Wole Soyinka (the author of The Lion and the Jewel plus plenty other books) was born 13th of July in the year 1934. In 1986, he received the Nobel Prize in Literature.
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