Writing African: Ngugi wa Thiong'o and African Language Use as Cultural Authenticity
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My experiences in Senegal, facilitated by professors, mentors, neighbors and friends, opened my mind, pushed me to question my cultural assumptions, challenged my ego and further whetted my interest in literary, linguistic and cultural studies.
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