What of these is a common theme in postcolonial African literature?
...colonisers and colonized; basically whites X blacks, which meant rich X poor (elite X mob = ex-dominators X new citizens). traditional African culture; Western culture
I, II, and IVI. The struggle to define identityII. The importance of progressIII. The value of colonialismIV. The lasting effects of racismAnswer: I and IV
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