Post-Colonialism: An Example of Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s Petals of Blood and Devil on the Cross

Post-colonialism seeks to establish the operations of the colonialists and anti-colonialist ideologies politically, socially culturally, and even psychologically. Tyson (365), for example, points out that “a good deal of Postcolonial Criticism analyzes the ideological forces that, on the one hand,…

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