Socio-political ideas in African literature in English, 1945-1967
Mutiso, Gideon-Cyrus Makau
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This thesis examines the social and political perceptions of Africa creative writers concerning the past, the transitional present and the future of African Societies. African creative writers see themselves as writing seriously about the nature and rules of their societies. Thus their social-political ideas are relevant to the extent that they offer choices and criticisms of social phenomena.
SponsorhipUniversity of Nairobi
Department of Literature, University of Nairobi