Literator: Journal of Literary Criticism, comparative linguistics and literary studies

Articles from Vol. 28, No. 1, April

"Confessing out the Soul to Conform to the Rhythm of Thought": A Reading of Allen Ginsberg's Beat Poetry/"confessing out the Soul to Conform to the Rhythm of Thought": 'N Interpretasie Van Allen Ginsberg Se Beatpoesie
Abstract "Confessing out the soul to conform to the rhythm of thought": a reading of Allen Ginsberg's Beat poetry Much critical writing about the Beat Movement has focused on the strong interrelationship between the literary and social discourses...
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Musikale Narratief in Benjamin Britten Se Opera Billy Budd/musikale Narratief in Benjamin Britten Se Opera Billy Budd
Abstract Musical narrative in Benjamin Britten's opera Billy Budd In Herman Melville's story, which is set on a British warship during the Napoleonic wars, Billy Budd becomes the object of a jealous master-at-arms, John Claggart. When the young...
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Mystery in Sepedi Detective Stories/die Raaisel in Sepedi Speurverhale
Abstract Mystery in Sepedi detective stories The aim of this article is to illustrate the importance of the concept "mystery" in the classification of Sepedi detective stories. Mystery is therefore first defined, and then some rules governing...
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'N Droomkers
Liewe Ja, dit is so. Na my lesing oor stereotipering en ontyking het ek 'n storie oor Parys belowe. Nou, voor jou vertrek na Parys, is ek onseker of die storie sonder cliches kan klaarkom. Al wil ek ook, kan ek tog nie soos Jorge of Breyten inhoud/vorm...
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Philia and Neikos in Keats's "Song of Four Faeries"/philia En Neikos in Keats Se "Song of Four Faeries"
Abstract Philia and neikos in Keats's "Song of four faeries" Despite the fact that Keats's "Song of four faeries" received very little critical attention, the poem raises interesting issues regarding the creative and destructive forces in nature....
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The Symbolic Significance of P.T. Mtuze's Poem "Isinagogo" in Uyavuth' Umlilo/die Simboliese Beduidenheid Van P.T. Mtuze Se Gedig "Isinagogo" in Uyavuth' Umlilo
Abstract The symbolic significance of P.T. Mtuze's Poem "Isinagogo" in Uyavuth' umlilo This article examines the symbols used by P.T. Mtuze in the poem, "Isinagogo", which is contained in "Uyavuth' umlilo" (1990). The symbols used in the poem...
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Van Tempeltronk Tot Katedraal: Die Kruisweg Van Lodewyk XVII/van Tempeltronk Tot Katedraal: Die Kruisweg Van Lodewyk XVII (1)
Abstract From the Temple to the cathedral: the calvary of Louis XVII In 2004, more than 200 years after his death in the Temple prison, the heart of Louis XVII, the successor to France's last king of the Ancien Regime, Louis XVI, was buried in...
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V.S. Naipaul's Half a Life, Magic Seeds and Globalisation (1)/V.S. Naipaul's Half a Life, En Magic Seeds En Globalisering
Abstract V.S. Naipaul's Hall a life, Magic seeds and globalisation Naipaul's work has been described as an examination of "the clash between belief and unbelief, the unravelling of the British Empire, the migration of peoples" (Donadio, 2005)....
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