Ti jean and his brothers audiobook

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Ti-Jean and His Brothers by Derek Walcott

Ti-Jean and His Brothers is a very good play. It has comedy, tragedy, music, poetry…it provides a full effect that transports the audience to the Caribbean. In the play, the Devil, who is a planter, interacts with three brothers. There are all kinds of interesting statements and small poems.

“Woman life is so. Watching and losing.” (102)

“Who is the man who can speak to the strong?
Where is the fool who can talk to the wise?
Men who are dead now have learnt this long,
Bitter is wisdom that fails when it tries.” (108)

“Who with the Devil tries to play fair,
weaves the net of his own despair.
Oh, smile; what’s a house between drunkards?” (156)

The deal they make with the devil has tragic consequences.



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Recap: Ti Jean and His Brothers- Derek Walcott

Ti-Jean and His Brothers takes place in the collective unconscious of its spectators, a land where life is a quest in a haunted forest, animals speak to humans and each other, and the Devil gambles for the souls of the self-satisfied. Add a stage full of supernumerary red and blue demons more bodies than most professional theaters can afford to employ , and the result is near-magical — or perhaps I should say, mythical.
Derek Walcott

Ti-Jean and his brothers

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Three brothers bid goodbye to their mother and set off, one by Its message however is straightforward and one, to try to outwit the Devil at its own direct, namely that having the shrewd feast. The animals of the forest, through intelligence. However, all meet an early death. It is a multifaceted representation devil and more particularly of black man's of life and its hurdles. Not only does it confrontations with the white devil.

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