Work Cited Currey, James.
In such a society there is broad harmony for a child between the three aspects of language as communication. Finally, Ngugi concludes that writing in African languages is a necessary step toward cultural identity and liberation from centuries of European exploitation.
It is about compassion, generosity, and gratitude against the gendered forces and consequences of greed, jealousy, and competitiveness. This resulted in the disassociation of the sensibility of that child from his natural and social environment, what we might call colonial alienation.
Our appreciation of the suggestive magical power of language was reinforced by the games we played with words through riddles, proverbs, transpositions of syllables, or through nonsensical but musically arranged words. Written literature and orature are the main means by which a particular language transmits the images of the world contained in the culture it carries.
This essay makes use of several genres of writing—analysis, storytelling, memoir —to provoke not explain meaningful, contextualized engagement with the in- cluded images. Everything is politics.