Oliver Lovesey examines the conundrum of the postcolonial intellectual, a central yet critically overlooked figure in the postcolonial project. He focuses on Ng?g? wa Thiong'o within his cultural, historical, and intellectual contexts, primarily with respect to his non-fictional prose writings, including his neglected early journalism and his most recent autobiographical and theoretical work. Lovesey argues for Ng?g?'s position as a major postcolonial theorist who helped establish postcolonial stud
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