I Will Marry when I Want
This play, which was developed with Kikuyu actors at the Kamiriithu Cultural Centre at Limuru, proved so powerful, especially in the use of song, that it was banned and probably contributed to Ngugi's detention without trial.
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Review: I Will Marry When I WantUser Review - Sarath Krishnan - Goodreads
It seems Ngugi has a clear-cut answer to the problems of African society, but how far his tools will be of use to Africa, which no one can tell. Fundamentalism, whether it is by whites or blacks, will not be successful. Fundamentalist Marxism (or Orthodox Marxism)will not be helpful either... Read full review
Review: I Will Marry When I WantUser Review - Antonios Curation - Goodreads
A' Level literature - to re-read Read full review