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

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 3, November

Aspekte Van Die Genetiese Proses by Opperman Soos Afgelei Uit 'N Variantestudie Van "Gedagtes by 'N Sarkofaag"
Abstract Aspects of the genetic process in the poetry of D.J. Opperman based on an analysis of different versions of the poem "Gedagtes by 'n sarkofaag" (Thoughts on a sarcophagus) A study of the genesis of a literary text reveals the systematic...
Die Gebruik Van Wit Oemfaan (F.A. Venter) in 'N Imagologiese Raamwerk Vir Die Onderrig Van Afrikaans as Addisionele Taal
Abstract The use of Wit oemfaan (F.A. Venter) in an imagologicai framework for the teaching of Afrikaans as additional language The multicultural additional-language classroom has its own characteristics and requirements. An important element...
"Living in a Place Called Exile": The Universals of the Alienation Caused by Isolation (1)
Abstract "Living in a place called exile": The universals of the alienation caused by isolation Although various aspects of Ovid's emotional reactions to exile have been researched, there has so far been no extended practical study that places...
Op Weg Na 'N Koherente Siening Van Die Taal- En Tekspraktyk
Abstract Towards a coherent view of language and text practice The aim of this article is to investigate different possibilities by which generic principles underlying activities associated with the language profession are explored so as to extract...
Poesie En Popkultuur: Oor Enkele Gedigte Van Joan Hambidge
Abstract Poetry and pop culture: Some poems by Joan Hambidge The influence of pop culture as a general movement, as well as pop art as a specific art movement, can be seen in the work of Joan Hambidge. In a number of her poems Hambidge enters...
Taalideologie En Afrikatale: Universiteitstudente Se Persepsie Daarvan in 'N Postapartheidsbedeling in Suid-Afrika
Abstract Language ideology and African languages: The perception of university students in a post-apartheid South Africa Since the commencement of the new South African Constitution in 1996 student numbers in African languages at the Potchefstroom...
The Top, the Bottom and the Middle: Space, Class and Gender in Metropolis
Abstract The top, the bottom and the middle: Space, class and gender in Metropolis My article explores the images and metaphors relating to space in Fritz Lang's 1926 film, Metropolis (remade in 1984 by Georgio Moroder). Using a primarily Marxist...