The Feminine Cultural Politics Essentialism and Popular Imagination Liberality in Nuruddin Farah’s Sardines (1982)

https://doi.org/10.32996/ijllt.2021.4.4.4

Authors

  • Souleymane Diallo Postcolonial and African Studies Laboratory, Anglophone Department, Cheikh Anta Diop University, Dakar, Senegal

Keywords:

Pre-political Status, Liberal Imagination, Determinism, Revisionism, Self-appropriation, Deconditioning, Meta-psychological, Transmutation, Identity

Abstract

Throughout the development of this fiction, Nuruddin Farah exposes the issues of the sphere of origin. In fact, the run of Sardines exhibits the question of the patriarchal reality of ideas, and then, emphasizes a feminine self-consciousness, which through its evolutionary source and perfecting method disrupts the traditional construction of narrative-based essentially on custom of symbol. Through the implemented study of a new feminine ontological aspect, the logic of Sardines remains in a realistic and structural redefinition of social epistemology. In this line, within the realm of social agency, the feminine new ontological discourse dismantles the macro-structural establishment within which identity is constructed. In this perspective, this paper aims to focus on voluntary feminine emancipation and its psychological and cognitive value. Furthermore, through the discourse of a new politics of identity, this paper seeks to unveil the manner socio-political conservatism reality annihilates the truth of the individual. Therefore, the consequence of this article is expected to underscore the feminine approach of a new historical materialism.It remains an attempt to display the implied practical mode of communication, which appears different from the apparent reality of the patriarchal mode, the manner Farah creates a discourse of reconstruction and a scientific observation of the real.

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Published

2021-04-26

How to Cite

Diallo, S. (2021). The Feminine Cultural Politics Essentialism and Popular Imagination Liberality in Nuruddin Farah’s Sardines (1982). International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation, 4(4), 20-26. https://doi.org/10.32996/ijllt.2021.4.4.4