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In a thesis-driven, highly analytical essay, critique Ngugiâ€™s assertion that African authorsâ€”to craft â€œauthenticallyâ€ African literatureâ€”must write in an African language.
Do you agree with Ngugi? What are some of the limitations of his suggestion that problematize his definition of African literature? Finally, although Ngugi concerns himself with African literature in a post-colonial context, because his ideas are rooted in a more general theory of language, his assertions have unexpected implications for all uses of language, even day-to-day, nonliterary ones. What are some of these implications? How can we apply what weâ€™ve learned from Ngugi in our own lives? Explain.
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12 pt. Times New Roman font
MLA style throughout, including complete and correct cited page
HEAVY ANALYSIS (only minimal summary)
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