Death and the King's Horseman by Wole Soyinka

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How does the writer portray Elesin's character in "Death and the King's Horsemen"?

How does the writer portray Elesin's character in "Death and the King's Horsemen"?

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At the beginning, Elesin is the respected horseman of the king who plans to do his sacred duty and committ suicide. He's also portrayed as a ladies' man who has a difficult time resisting...

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