Decolonising the Mind by Wa Thiong'o Ngugi

Decolonising the Mind

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ISBN: 0435080164, 9780435080167

€�Ngugi wa Thiong'o, Decolonising the Mind. €�There were good and bad story-tellers. Ajit Doval KC, Director VIF, stated that “Minds” will be the future tools of establishing control and therefore it is very important to understand how colonised the Indian mind today is. Norfolk Towers Nairobi—As The passage is taken from Decolonising the Mind, a good read for anyone interested in the interplay of language and power. The Kenyan author, Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o, wrote this book in 1986. He described how African authors wrote in English to reach a wide audience. Tanya Hawes Cultures and values. Karmabinah · April 28, 2013 @ 10:15 am. To control a people's culture is to control their tools of self-definition in relationship to others” – Ngugi, Decolonising the Mind: The Politics of Language in African Literature. €�We have unfinished business of decolonising the minds of our people by changing the name of Lake Victoria, which was given by the colonialists,” he said. Posted on April 25, 2013 by sebweinmann — Leave a comment ↓. I do not believe that anyone should be forced to change their language In order to fit in according to someone else's thinking. A good one could tell the same story over and over again, and it would always be fresh to us, the listeners.

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