"The Criminal in a Kenyan Autobiography: A Journey towards Redemption" African Affairs (February 2007): 157-175

Citation:
KIIRU PROFMUCHUGUDH. ""The Criminal in a Kenyan Autobiography: A Journey towards Redemption" African Affairs (February 2007): 157-175.". In: African Affairs (February 2007): 157-175. Philosophical Issues Invoked by Shona People; 2007.

Abstract:

This essay focuses on an autobiographical narrative, Life and Times of a Bank Robber, whose author, John Kiggia Kimani, a Kenyan, was a criminal for a bout fifteen years before he was imprisoned for fifteen years. The essay examines the psychology as well as the circumstances that lead him into crime as it looks at literary features of the autobiographical form that create empathy for him

Notes:

n/a

Website

UoN Websites Search