Dialogue and character classification in Wole Soyinka's Kongi's harvest
This article examines Wole Soyinka's use of dialogue-one of the major elements of drama to paint portraits of various characters in his play, Kongi's Harvest. It explores the playwright's artistic realisation of characters that can be identified and classified by what they say and what is said of them. The study concludes that with effective characterisation, the playwright is able to realise the theme of the work.
Keywords: Wole Soyinka, Artistic realisation, Dialogue, Drama, Character classification