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DECOLONIAL IDENTITY: A READING OF NGUGI WA THIONG’O’S 'DECOLONIZING THE MIND' (Pages 17-21) by C. Channappa in THE INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH SPECIALIST / ISSN: 2350-1499 (Online); 2350-0751 (Print)

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Art must teach, but unobtrusively, by its vivid interpretation of life. Art must preach, but only by virtue of its being a vehicle of truth. If that is propaganda, there is no need to eschew the world.* An attempt is made in this paper to establish decolonial identity in Decolonizing the Mind by Ngugi. Writing in writer’s own mother tongue is the first stage to have decolonial identity for once colonized countries, including India. The language, any language is not mere combination of words and sentences, it is the cultural and social identity of the society. There may be opposite view that the choice of the language for a writer is his individual choice. Even then if a writer uses an alien language, his feelings/emotions would certainly reflect the native. The paper will also discuss the dichotomy of the people who have to face two extreme unequal opposite worlds. Keywords: Decolonial, Colonized, Combination, Identity, Emotions, Dichotomy etc.

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