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28 Oct Setting: This book contains two stories: The Blinkards - a play and The Anglo- Fanti - a short story. Though the stories are from two different. Start by marking “The Blinkards And The Anglo Fanti” as Want to Read: See all 3 questions about The Blinkards And The Anglo Fanti. More about Kobina Sekyi. 23 Sep THEMES OF THE BLINKARDS The major themes are: slittlerconstruction.comation of African culture(whereas local values are as good, if not better, than any.
The Blinkards is a play revolving around the desire by many Africans around the turn of the century () to strip themselves of their own culture to become. 1 Jan THESE WORDS, by a thirteen-year-old in the early s, capture the essence of Kobina Sekyi's ideas as expressed in his play The Blinkards. to constitute the 'message', as well as a statement of the main ideas and dilemmas Kobina Sekyi sought to dramatise in his satirical play The Blinkards.
ABSTRACT: This study aims at analysing how Kobina Sekyi and James Ene Henshaw use satire to produce comedy in The Blinkards and Medicine for Love. Title, The Blinkards: A Comedy Issue of African Writers Series. Author, Kobina Sekyi. Contributor, J. Ayo Langley. Publisher, BRILL, William Esuman-Gwira Sekyi, better known as Kobina Sekyi (1 November , Cape Coast Sekyi's comedy The Blinkards () satirised the acceptance by a colonised society of the attitudes of the colonisers. His novel The Anglo-Fante. The Blinkards and the Anglo-Fanti [Kobina Sekyi] on slittlerconstruction.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Blinkards and the Anglo-Fanti. The blinkards / Kobina Sekyi ; introduction by J. Ayo Langley. Author. Sekyi, Kobina, Published. London: Heinemann Educational, Physical.