'Life Is Sweet at Kumansenu' by Abioseh Nicol Essay | Essay

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'Life Is Sweet at Kumansenu' by Abioseh Nicol

Summary: Character analysis of Bola in 'Life is Sweet at Kumansenu' by Abioseh Nicol.
Analyzing a Character: Bola

Actions and deeds give the character their symbol of a protagonist. In the story, Life is Sweet at Kumansennu, Bola sets the conflict by believing in such a tradition that many considered not true. Even although Bola's community has mostly converted into an Islamic or Christianity society, Bola still believes in her traditional African ways. By showing her individuality regardless of what other people say, she remains intact through her love for her son.

The character Bola plays in this story is that of a person who still thinks her children will return and live well in a good life. Though, Musa, the village magician who had so been converted to a Muslim, advises Bola to rid of her sixth child. Bola refuses and as part of her character, she gave the child a chance to live by letting the child survive. The point...

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