"Weep Not, Child" Analytical Essay by The Research Group

"Weep Not, Child"
A critical review of book "Weep Not, Child."
# 73499 | 675 words | 1 source | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in English (Analysis) , History (General) , Literature (General)

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This paper offers a critical review of the book "Weep Not, Child". It explores the themes of British Colonialism in Africa and African Nationalism. It discusses the role of education. The author analyzes the central character of the young boy Njornge.

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""Weep Not Child" is primarily the story of young Njoroge who becomes the first child in his family to attend school. Beyond Njoroge's formal education however this story traces the young boy's learning about his family and country's history and the effects on both of British colonization not in school but through his family's experiences during the fight for African nationalism. However the story does not offer formalized education by the colonial powers as the answer to the question of African nationalism ..."

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