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This is a compelling account of the turbulence that inflamed Kenya in the 1950s and its impact on peoples lives. Five friends and agemates make different choices when the Mau Mau rebellion erupts in colonial Kenya. Kihika joins the freedom fighters in the forest; Gikonyo supports the rebels, but is arrested and detained; Mumbi, Gikonyos wife, works to keep family and hom This is a compelling account of the turbulence that inflamed Kenya in the 1950s and its impact on peoples lives. Five friends and agemates make different choices when the Mau Mau rebellion erupts in colonial Kenya. Kihika joins the freedom fighters in the forest; Gikonyo supports the rebels, but is arrested and detained; Mumbi, Gikonyos wife, works to keep family and home together in the village; Karanja chooses to support the more powerful British masters; Mugo ultimately betrays his friends and loses his life in a desperate attempt to stay alive and stay neutral. In this ambitious and densely worked novel, we begin to see early signs of Ngugis increasing bitterness about the ways in which the politicians, not the fighters or their families, are the true benefactors of the rewards on independence.

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This is a compelling account of the turbulence that inflamed Kenya in the 1950s and its impact on peoples lives. Five friends and agemates make different choices when the Mau Mau rebellion erupts in colonial Kenya. Kihika joins the freedom fighters in the forest; Gikonyo supports the rebels, but is arrested and detained; Mumbi, Gikonyos wife, works to keep family and hom This is a compelling account of the turbulence that inflamed Kenya in the 1950s and its impact on peoples lives. Five friends and agemates make different choices when the Mau Mau rebellion erupts in colonial Kenya. Kihika joins the freedom fighters in the forest; Gikonyo supports the rebels, but is arrested and detained; Mumbi, Gikonyos wife, works to keep family and home together in the village; Karanja chooses to support the more powerful British masters; Mugo ultimately betrays his friends and loses his life in a desperate attempt to stay alive and stay neutral. In this ambitious and densely worked novel, we begin to see early signs of Ngugis increasing bitterness about the ways in which the politicians, not the fighters or their families, are the true benefactors of the rewards on independence.
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Title A Grain of Wheat Height 12 mm
Ngugi Wa Thiongo Width 1 mm
ISBN-13 9780143106760 Binding PAPERBACK
ISBN-10 #0143106767 Spine Width
Publisher PENGUIN BOOKS Pages 272
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