Colonialist Psychology in Fugard’s "Master Harold"… and the boys: The Debilitating Effects of Colonialism upon the Colonizer and the Colonized
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This paper’s objective is to follow ideas of Fanon about colonialism and the psychology of colonialism in order to examine the debilitating effects of South Africa’s apartheid upon the whites and the blacks. In the time of apartheid, the structure of South Africa was based on racial discriminations, and the white thought that they were the supreme agents and considered non-white people as inferior. In this research, the colonialist ideology of white supremacy in South Africa during the apartheid era and also the colonialist psychology (Manichean psychology) are studied in Athol Fugard's "Master Harold"… and the boys. This research tries to show how colonialist ideology was operating in South Africa through examining Athol Fugard's play to show the conflicts between the characters in this play and to examine the destructive effects of colonialism on both the colonizer and the colonized by applying Frantz Fanon's ideas about colonialism and the psychology of colonialism.

Journal of English Language Research, Volume:2 Issue: 1, Jun 2021
125 to 135  
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