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

Articles from Vol. 28, No. 3, December

Alan Paton's Unpublished Fiction (1922-1934): An Initial appraisal/Alan Paton Se Ongepubliseerde Flksie (1922-1934): 'N Eerste Evaluering
Abstract Alan Paton's unpublished fiction (1922-1934): an initial appraisal This article considers selected issues in the early fiction of Alan Paton, which is in manuscript form: three novels or parts of novels namely, "Ship of Truth" (1922-1923),...
A Psychoanalytical Interpretation of the Characters in A.C. Jordan's Novel Ingqumbo Yeminyanya/'n Psigoanalitiese Interpretasie Van Die Karakters in A.C. Jordan Se Roman Ingqumbo Yeminyanya (Die Woede Van Die Voorvaders)
Abstract A psychoanalytical interpretation of the characters in A.C. Jordan's novel Ingqumbo yeminyanya Psychoanalysis is a way of treating certain nervous disorders of the mind by examining all the ways that sufferers can be helped to remember...
Crossing Lines: The Novels of Nadine Gordimer with a Particular Focus on Occasion for Loving and the Pickup (1)/Oorsteek Van Grense: Die Romans Van Nadine Gordimer Met Die Fokus Op Occasion for Loving En the Pickup
Abstract Crossing lines: the novels of Nadine Gordimer with a particular focus on Occasion for loving and The pickup Novelist, playwright, short-story writer, polemicist and activist, Nadine Gordimer (1929), received the Nobel Prize for literature...
Fay Weldon, Liberal Feminism and the Praxis of Praxis/Fay Weldon, Liberale Feminisme En Die Voorbeeld Van Praxis
Abstract Fay Weldon, liberal feminism and the praxis of This article focuses on Fay Weldon's novel, "Praxis" as a means of exploring the concept of "liberal feminism". "Praxis" charts the development of the eponymous main protagonist from a woman...
From Self-Identity to Universality: A Reading of Henri Lopes' works/Van Selfidentiteit Tot Universaliteit: 'N Vertolking Van Henri Lopes Se Werke
Abstract From self-identity to universality: a reading of Henri Lopes' works Born in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, yet a citizen of Congo-Brazzaville, Henri Lopes is one of those African writers who were not only educated in Europe...
Humour and the Locus of Control in the Gruffalo (Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler)/Humor En Die Lokus Van Kontrole in the Gruffalo (Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler)
Abstract Humour and the locus of control in The Gruffalo (Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler) The purpose of this article is firstly to distinguish between the notions "external locus of control" and "internal locus of control", secondly to...
Met Onder Woorde
Sy het koffie gemors, sien sy. Ag, wat. Die vlek op die tafeldoek lyk baie soos daardie vlekke op papier waaroor sy by die sielkundige oor moes praat. Die man het toe woord vir woord neergeskryf wat sy se--onthou sy verbaas. Maar nou sit Hermien...
Translating Culture: Matthee's Kringe in 'N Bos as a Case in point/Kulturele Vertaling, Met Verwysing Na Matthee Se Kringe in 'N Bos
Abstract Translating culture: Matthee's Kringe in 'n bos as a case in point The translation of "cultural identity" in a novel such as "Kringe in 'n bos" contributes towards the definition of a uniquely South African representation of time and...