Land Freedom & Fiction: History and Ideology in Kenya (African Culture Archive)
Maughan-Brown's book is invaluable on many levels. He presents a concise account of the uprising and its place in Kenyan identity, and significantly increases our understanding of settler attitudes and the role of literature within colonial ideology. Land, Freedom and Fiction succeeds in showing the subtle insights a materialist approach can bring to the study of literature, ideology and society.
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- David Maughan Brown(Author) Stephen Clingman(Foreword)
- Zed Books; 1 edition (1 Nov. 1985)
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