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|標題:||Indepedent Dependency: Neo-colonialism in Chinua Achebe's A Man of the People and Anthills of the Savannah
阿契比 《人民之首》與 《草原上的螞蟻丘》中之新殖民主義
Many African countries today face various political problems. One of the major problems is the style of leadership and the continued dependence on foreign economic aid. Present-day native leaders govern in the old ways and repeat the same mistakes that have led their nations to chaos. They are unmindful of the fact that they do not offer any worthwhile vision for a people they pauperize and terrorize. Chinua Achebe's A Man of the People and Anthills of the Savannah reflect some of the traumas experienced by many African nations today. Homi Bhahba's notions of mimicry and mimic man will be used to discuss the intellectuals in the novels and how their western influence turns into a hegemonic force. Antonio Gramsci's concept of hegemony will also be discussed in order to examine at how the repressive rule of African countries fails to achieve the balance between coercion and consent.
探討阿契比 《人民之首》與 《草原上的螞蟻丘》中之新殖民主義,反映現在非洲國家仍未脫離殖民國家的影響
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