Fanonian Decolonization and Purple hibiscus
The book Fanonian Decolonization and Purple Hibiscus aims to highlight the irreconcilable cultural contrasts that exist between the colonising West and the colonised Igbo in order to demonstrate how the Igbo tribe separates itself from the colonial dominance of the West. Purple Hibiscus is well recognised for being a work about the protagonist Kambili and her brother Jaja’s coming-of-age storey. In Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus, the concept of Fanonin decolonization and the use of violence delve into the text’s decolonizing depths. It explores the depths of power relationships produced by colonial control and colonialism, particularly through the introduction of Christianity, Western language, and Occidental cultures.
Researcher, Postgraduate and Research Department of English, Presidency College (Autonomous), Chennai, India.
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