Critical essays on Ngũgĩ wa Thiongʼo

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Twayne Publishers, Nov 27, 2000 - Literary Collections - 341 pages
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The highly acclaimed African writer ("Petals of Blood" and" A Grain of Wheat") who illuminates the struggles of Africa and the "Third World" by writing about his own people, the Gikuyu.

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Contents

The Subversion of the African Mind
17
Nature as Agency in Ngugls The River Between
48
Education in Weep Not Child
80
Copyright

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