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Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s Fight Against Colonialism And Neo-Colonialism In The Trial Of Dedan Kimathi And The Black Hermit

Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s Fight Against Colonialism And Neo-Colonialism In The Trial Of Dedan Kimathi And The Black Hermit

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ABSTRACT: This research work explores on a Fight Against Colonialism and Neo-Colonialism in Ngugi’s the Trial of Dedan Kimathi and The Black Hermit. Based on the analysis of the two novels as portrays by the author, colonialism and Neo-Colonialism has done more harm than good to the people of Kenya because it is the cause of the socio-economic crisis and the socio-political problems in Kenya. From the opinion of critics on the review of related literature, the study has shown that colonialism and Neo-Colonial is the cause of racial tension, political conflicts which the native of Kenya have suffered for over the years. From the findings, the researcher recommends that Ngugi’s novels should be taught in all the various schools in Africa as well as the African societies at large for them to see the evil of colonialism and Neo-Colonialism and to eradicate it for the betterment of African societies.

Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s Fight Against Colonialism And Neo-Colonialism In The Trial Of Dedan Kimathi And The Black Hermit

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Abstract         

CHAPTER ONE:     INTRODUCTION  

1.1       Background to the Study      

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1.2       Statement of the Problem      

1.3       Purpose of the Study

1.4       Significance of the Study      

1.5       Research Methodology          

1.6       Scope of the Study    

1.7       Bio-Data of Author   

CHAPTER TWO:    REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

2.1       Concept of Colonialism         

2.2       Literature in Neo-Colonialism

CHAPTER THREE: ANALYSIS OF A FIGHT AGAINST COLONIALISM AND NEO-COLONIALISM IN NGUGI WA THONG’O’S THE TRIAL OF DEDAN KIMATHI

3.1       Plot Analysis of The Trial of Dedan Kinathi 

3.2       The Theme of Fight Against Colonialism and

 Neo-Colonialism in The Trial of DedanKimathi      

3.3       Characterization  in Ngugi’s The  of Datan Kimathi 

CHAPTER FOUR: ANALYSIS OF A FIGHT AGAINST COLONIALISM AND NEO-COLONIALISM IN NGUGI WA THIONG’O’S THE BLACK HERMIT

 4.1       Analysis of Ngugi’s The Black Hermit          

4.2       Theme of Culture and Tradition in The Black Hermit

4.3       Characters in Ngugi’s The Black Hermit       

CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

5.1       Summary

5.3       Conclusion

5.2       Recommendations

            Works Cited

Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s Fight Against Colonialism And Neo-Colonialism In The Trial Of Dedan Kimathi And The Black Hermit

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION

1.1  Background to the Study

Literature does not grow or develop in a vacuum. It is a given impetus, shapes, direction and even area of concern by social, political and economic forces in a particular society. The relationship between creative literature and these offers forces that cannot be ignored, especially in Africa, where modern literature has grown against the gory background of European imperialism and its changing manifestation: slavery, Colonialism, and Neo-colonialism. Our culture over the last hundred years has developed against the same shunting, dwarfing background of European’s people.

There is no area of our lives which has not been affected by the social, political and expansionist needs of European capitalism; from that of the reluctant African, driven by whips and gun powder to work on the cotton plantation of American. The rubber plantations of the Congo, the gold and diamond mines of southern Africa, to that of the modern African workers spending his meager hard-earned income to imported cars and other   goods (razor blades and coca cola) to bolster the same western industries that got off the ground on the backs of his peasant ancestors and on the plunder of a continent.

Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s Fight Against Colonialism And Neo-Colonialism In The Trial Of Dedan Kimathi And The Black Hermit

The concerns to which Ngugi Wa Thiong’o gives his attention in the early period were numerous, he responded to most issues of topical public interest.

However, viewed in the historical perspective, his looks recorded the beginning of the coherent body of reformist thought which in later years veered considerably further to the left. They reflect the conciliatory humanist–moralist orientation which dominated Ngugi’s mood at the time their common themes was to urge justice and fair play in human affairs. Ngugi wrote to urge the African to lift themselves above colonialism.

In his novel,The Trail of Dedan Kmathi” the pre-colonial war of resistance against European intrusion and European slavery, through the anti-colonial struggle for democracy, to post-independence struggle against neo-colonialism. The focus of this play is on the peasant and workers Struggles before and after Constitutional Independence. The play “is not a reproduction of the farcical trial“ at Nyeri. It is rather an imaginative recreation and interpretation of the collective will of the Kenya peasants and workers in their resistance to six years of Colonial torture and ruthless Oppression by The British Ruling Classes and their continues determination to resist exploitation, Oppression, Discrimination, Colonialism, and Neo-colonialism.

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