By Ngugi wa Thiong'o
Seeking to recollect language with a purpose to revitalize it, Ngugi's quest is for wholeness. Wide-ranging, erudite, and hopeful, Something Torn and New is a cri de coeur to save lots of Africa's cultural future.
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