In "Weep Not, Child", Njoroge says confidently, "sunshine always follows a dark night." To what extent do you think the novel supports this message of hope?
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Throughout the novel "Weep Not, Child" by Ngugi Thiong'o, hope is a persistent theme, often referred to symbolically through light. The novel begins with a hopeful start but as it progresses, there is a gradual loss of hope. In chapter 11 Njoroge confidently says that "sunshine always follows a dark night. We sleep knowing and trusting that the sun will rise tomorrow." expressing his hopefulness that his country's situation will improve. I disagree with this statement, as I believe that this book does not reveal a hopeful message.
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