Matigari as Myth and History
NG UGI WA THIONG 'O Matigari as myth and history: an interview Ngagr wa Thiong'o is a Kenyan writer. Born in 1938 in Limuru, Kenya, he was educated at Alliance High School, Kenya, Makerere University, Uganda and Leeds University in Britain. In 1968 he returned to Kenya as a special lecturer in English at the University of Nairobi, a position from which he resigned in 1969 in protest at government actions to curb political opposition, including the decision to close the university as a means of controlling student dissent.
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