The man works and makes the money. Unfortunately, she commits suicide at the end of the play since she cannot bear the shame brought upon her by the gods. The oracle foretold the future of Odewale the child , according to how he understands the vision. Considering the prophecy of the oracle Odewale had consulted in Ijekun, I think sending Aderopo to consult another oracle and his pestering Baba Fakunle to tell him the truth about the situation are the catalysts that speed up his waterloo. After the screening, there will be a panel discussion with representatives from Classics and Film Studies, which will be followed by a drinks reception. However, all this was yet unknown to the king until he promised to find and punish the man who killed the former king of the land whose perturbed spirit was the cause of the terrible disease that plagued the people of Kutuje; the priest accused him of being the man he was looking for, and his old friend Alaka paid him a visit and old stories were told with a new meaning to them.
Of course, some feel that life, with all its pleasures and all its pains, is just how it is, and we just have to make the best of it, and take it as it comes. An atmosphere for doubt and pensiveness. The Gods are not to Blame, which is an adaptation of Greek classic Oedipus Rex, written by a famous Play Wright called Sopholes, about two thousand, five hundred years ago. One day, he meets some men in his farm digging up his yams. Then, the black man is after him. Nollywood films are often characterised by their interweaving plot structures and high level of dramatic content. These are the African World view and the Grecian Greek World View.
The priest tells Aderopo that Odewale is the cause of the epidemic but Aderopo would not relay the message to the king for fear of reprisal. What a rash decision you may say? Of course they were to blame! Arguably, knowledge is power but it could also be destructive. The result of the divination happens to be tragic as the boy is said to have been fated to kill his father and marry his mother. Now, I really don't know now how I feel about this book after going over it again. Though it portrays the African Traditions, there is a lot to learn from irrespective of whom you are and where you come from.
He nevertheless accepts blame for one thing: his own self-blinding. We have various world views, but in this context, we will be talking about two, which affect this play. True to human nature, the guard feels sympathy for the boy and rather gives him to childless couples—Ogundele and Adenike in Ijekun, another neighbouring village, for adoption. The play opens with a prologue that shows in a mime the events of the past. They were to blame goddamit.
As for king Odewale, what had been foretold about him becomes reality. At the time, I thought and still think the title of the book: The Gods Are Not To Blame wasn't an assertive declaration by the author - even if it simply presented itself as such - but rather it was the exact opposite, an open question in disguise, delivered for thought. In this play the theme of Sopocles' Oedipus Rex is skillfully transplanted to African soil. Perhaps, it is this pathetic calamity on Odewale that he wanted to avert but fate would not let it be averted. Three of the main characters in 'Oedipus Rex' try to react differently and unexpectedly to their perceived fates. In the first place beauty is in the eye of the beholder and there is no universal standard for what is beautiful and what isn't.
Odewale had the choice of letting the man go, but he chose to kill him. Blame does not arise in The Gods Are Not To Blame. In answer to your actual question I suspect these people who 'blame y … ou for your ugliness' are detractors, and not admirers, in which case you should ignore anything they say about you as it is unlikely to be true. And before anyone could put the flame out, it turned into a wild, poisonous fire. But I love it still. .
In our days we make same conclusions when we make people who have helped us come through storms as Lord over our affairs. Odewale sends Aderopo to Ifa Priest to unravel the mystery surrounding the strange catastrophe. The horror happens because … Oedipus makes decisions based on a mistaken self-identity and image. People begin to suffer from strange diseases and both their farms and domestic animals are not spared. Arguably, if he had dumped the poor baby to die in the forest as directed, there is no way Odewale would have committed the abominable acts of murder and incest or perhaps, the gods would have made it happen some other way.
While doing my research on this, I discovered that two parts have emerged. The initiative, Odumosu said, is also to revive and showcase stage play as a strong tool for education, information and entertainment, because it makes the message more real to people. There I decided I was going to become a thespian. A boy who would be the author of many tragedies. This is owing to the fact that the illustration on the front cover is that of the author himself. Needless to say, for a while African Literature class was a silent graveyard only disturbed by the swish-swosh of pens dragging across papers, students robotically taking notes and analyzed thoughts dictated to us by our teacher.