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Theory and the Politics of Knowing
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Globalectics allows us to read world literature through Ngugi's sharp and compassionate eyes. Part memoir, part magisterial survey, and entirely engrossing, this book is a capstone to a long and brilliant career. -- Christopher L. Miller, Yale University In an ever-shrinking world, this book demonstrated the need to understand the similarities and differences in the stories we tell each other. Publishers Weekly Ngugi's writing style seamlessly blends personal narratives with complex theoretical discussions, taking the reader on a journey that combines his indisputable literary skills with an acute awareness of the theoretical landscape. -- Annika Hughes ID: International Dialogue Globalectics is an outstandingly succinct, grounded, and wide-reaching study that will be of interest, and an inspiration, to many scholars, especially those working and teaching in the fields of globalization and of postcolonial and comparative literary studies. -- Erica Lombard MODERN LANGUAGE REVIEW
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Ngugi wa Thiong'o is Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature and English at the University of California, Irvine, and an award-winning Kenyan author currently writing primarily in the Gikuyu language. The author of novels, plays, short stories, and essays, Ngugi wa Thiong'o is founder and editor of the online Gikuyu-language journal, Mutiiri, and an honorary member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. His most recent books include Dreams in a Time of War: A Childhood Memoir; Decolonising the Mind; Something Torn and New; and the novels The River Between, Petals of Blood, and Wizard of the Crow, among others.
Acknowledgments Introduction: Riches of Poor Theory 1. The English Master and the Colonial Bondsman 2. The Education of the Colonial Bondsman 3. Globalectics: Reading the World in the Postcolonial 4. The Oral Native and the Writing Master: Orature Notes Index