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How Efua Sutherland Portrays Ananse in The Marriage of Anansewa

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Exploring the way Efua Sutherland portrays Ananse in The
Marriage of Anansewa, showing its significance in the play

Efua Sutherland’s hilarious and interesting play, The Marriage of
Anansewa, is a about a Ananse’s cunning arrangements for his
daughter’s marriage, at the same time, using the bride prices to turn
round his financial difficulties. I intend to explore how Efua T.
Sutherland portrays his character and its significance in the play.

Efua Sutherland first portrays Ananse as cunning and deceitful person
when he deceives his daughter into typing letters that she did not
know was for her own marriage in Act 1. We can note how Ananse
succeeds in convincing Anansewa in typing for him whiles she wants to
go out. He intentionally complains about the world and hardships in
life in order to make her feel sad and eventually agree to type. From
this, we can observe that one of tactics that he uses in cunning
people is by making people feel bad using psychological means to
remind his victims about undeniable difficulties that they are facing
and talking about the neg...

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