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Unapologetic Naipaul inspired hate and love in equal measure

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The death of renowned author VS Naipaul sent the literary world into mourning and, as it happens, sparked an examination into his legacy.

Unapologetic Naipaul inspired hate and love in equal measure

By Ferdinand Mwongela | 3 years ago

How Kenyan writers have failed to etch their own literary identity

How Kenyan writers have failed to etch their own literary identity

It’s true that certain historical circumstances made it possible for colonial powers to establish university colleges in West Africa – such as Fourah Bay, Achimota, and Ibadan – much earlier than they did in East Africa.

Abenea Ndago | 6 years ago

A good non-fiction will make readers ‘see’ the message

Last week on Thursday, I was glued to the screen of my computer streaming live, the announcement of the Nobel Prize for Literature and press conference thereafter.

Lucas Wafula | 6 years ago

Nobel Prize: Why we should not weep for Ngugi wa Thiong’o

Ngugi wa Thiong’o, the father of Anglophone Kenyan literature, did not win the 2014 Nobel Prize for Literature, again.

Jennifer Muchiri | 7 years ago

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