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Critical Thinking and Kenyan Women’s Novel

Alina Rinkanya


Critical thinking, according to one of its numerous definitions, is the intellectually disciplined process of actively and skilfully conceptualizing information gathered from empirical experience. This process appears to be instrumental in literary research, which in this paper will be illustrated by the example of Kenyan women’s literature. 

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