(RE)CREATING TRANSNATIONAL AND MULTICULTURAL IDENTITY: AFROPOLITANISM IN TAIYE SELASI’S GHANA MUST GO
The paper investigates Afropolitanism in Selasi's Ghana Must Go and presents it as a work of re-writing and re-visiting African diaspora culture and identity. Characters of the novel are consciously constructed in the context of dual geographies, cultures, languages and nationalities. Thematically it is a stunning novel, a tale of a family drama and forgiveness transcending through continents and generations. This novel acted as a counter discourse by projecting the social, political and psychological experiences of Africans from past and present which affected their domestic and professional upfront. The term is re-positioning both images i-e; Africa and diaspora.