I Will Marry when I Want
Ngũgĩ wa Thiongʼo, Ngugi wa Thiong'o, Wa Thiong'o Ngugi, Ngũgĩ wa Thiong̕ o, James Ngũgĩ, Ngũgĩ wa Mĩriĩ, Ngugi wa Mirii
Heinemann, 1982 - Drama - 122 pages
This play, which was developed with Kikuyu actors at the Kamiriithu Cultural Centre at Limuru, proved so powerful, especially in the use of song, that it was banned and probably contributed to Ngugi's detention without trial.
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This is the transcript of the famous play that was performed in 1977 in Kenya, which led to the imprisonment of Mr. Thiong'o later that year, and his ultimate decision to leave his homeland in 1982. I ... Read full review
The book is very relevant to many post independent African countries. I would recommend it to all people studying literature and all alctivists in their struggle of true freedom in third world nations.