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This study discusses traumatic effects of colonialism upon characters in Kateb Yacine 's Nedjma (1956). Colonialism damages the psyche of the colonized, causing them a lot of emotional and mental pain. This traumatic pain makes the colonized easy victims of inner weakness and violence. The life of the colonized is worthless, making some of them helplessly accept their intolerable life as it is while others find counter violence a way to reduce their tension and misery. As a result ofdoi:10.2307/3685113 fatcat:z3dkk6ydtfdgdjze53cartyziy