The Global South

In these paired essays, two writers from the Global South argue against a view of literatures – languages and cultures – as hierarchies of power based on Western paradigms. “A globalectical imagination,” writes Ngu˜gı˜ wa Thiong’o, “assumes that any center is the center of the world.”

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