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Chapter 10 Ngugi Wa Thiong'o on Colonial and Neo-Colonial Kenya Olayemi
Akinwumi "... His novels taken together form a people's history of Kenya . . . His
novels' history differs, however, from colonial or neocolonial versions of events,
Ngugi's Biography It is within this historical background, as narrated above, that
Ngugi was born and grew up. The background became the source of his fictional
or literary works. His works could read as the historical account of the colonial ...
Through the use of fictional characters and occasionally historical figures, Ngugi
skillfully brought out the exploitative nature of colonialism. Another theme that
was common to the books was the attempt by Ngugi to put into proper historical ...
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Cultural Nationalist Ideas
The 1947 Cohen Constitutional Proposal
The African Diaspora PanAfricanism
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