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charismatic religious leaders with roles that could be defined as ‘political’. At the end of the 1950s, Max Gluckman was working on the rebellion of the Mau Mau in Kenya as a local form of emerging anticolonial movement, while colonial authorities still interpreted their ritualised or uncontrolled

In: Revisiting Gramsci’s Notebooks

charismatic religious leaders with roles that could be defined as ‘political’. At the end of the 1950s, Max Gluckman was working on the rebellion of the Mau Mau in Kenya as a local form of emerging anticolonial movement, while colonial authorities still interpreted their ritualised or uncontrolled expressions

In: Revisiting Gramsci’s Notebooks

’s broadsheet. (Wanderers, 75) Considering that the hero of Huxley’s novel, Gitau, is a teacher who leads a se- cret movement against the settler-farmers at the beginning of the Mau Mau rebellion in Kenya, it is easy to see how Mphahlele, himself a teacher before joining Drum, finds it relevant for Timi Tabane

In: Black South African Autobiography After Deleuze

, xxxv, 117 Matanzima, Kaizer Daliwonga, nephew of Mandela 155 Matshoba, Debra 124 Matthews, Z.K. 131, 141, 150 Mau Mau rebellion 68, 69 Maupaneng village 17, 45 Maxeke, Charlotte 113, 117 Mbari Writers and Artists Club 71 Mbeki, Epeinette (née Moarane), mother of Thabo Mbeki 114 Mbeki, Govan

In: Black South African Autobiography After Deleuze