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|Title:||Africain postcolonial political idiologies Ngugi Wa Thiong'o VS Chinua Achebe a spécial référence to petals of blood and anthills of the Savanah|
|Keywords:||Novel : Ngugi Wa Thiong : Petals of Blood : (1977)|
|Publisher:||university of Oum El Bouaghi|
|Abstract:||African lives during the post- independent era were identified by a great deal of political disillusionment and social corruption, autocracy, foreign-dominated economy, and other social problems concerning ethnicity, religion, culture, and identity. In order to restore the social basis of african society, many african writers try to prescribe specific remedies that may help in regaining africa's political stability and economic prosperity. Hence, this study is specifically interested in the social transformation in the african society. It draws on two works belonging to two prominent writers of Postcolonial African Literature: Ngugi Wa Thiong'o's Petals of Blood (1977) and Chinua Achebe's Anthills of the Savannah (1987). The study aims to explore the political ideologies of both writers analyzing and discussing their plans for social transformation. For that purpose, a comparison between Ngugi's and Achebe's views is to be undergone in order to examine the significance of their opposing ideas. The study deals with the two novels within the framework of Marxist Approach.|
|Appears in Collections:||قسم اللغة الإنجليزية|
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