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

Tyson observes that “the practice of judging all who are different as inferior is called ‘othering’, and it divides the world between ‘us’ the ‘civilized'”, and ‘them’ – the ‘others’ – the ‘savages'”. To the colonizer, the “savage” is usually…

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