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This index presents a list of author names (or terms) that occur in this book titled Writing for Kenya. The question of ethnicity was one of the most difficult issues to confront Henry Muorias contemporaries in their search for co-operative unity. It remains so, indeed has become still more so today since, for the past half century, power has been shared unequally and abrasively between different Africans whereas previously it was denied to all of them, impartially, by the British. A century and more ago ethnic affiliation was one among many social ties in Kenya.

Keywords: Henry Muoria; Kenya

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