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Decolonising The Mind By NGugi wa Thiong’o

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Decolonising the Mind is an at- tempt to free the natives’ minds from the coloniser’s control by rejecting his language and adopting one’s native language. Ngugi establishes the relation between language and culture by approaching the “aspects of language” from a Marxist perspective.

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