Still Beating the Drum: Critical Perspectives on Lewis Nkosi

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Index
Abraham, William xxiv, 272
Abrahams, Peter xxxi, 21, 31, 72, 73, 75, 93, 220, 221, 305, 315
Absalom, Absalom! (Faulkner) 259
absurd, apartheid as 33, 79, 81, 202, 203, 300
Achebe, Chinua 6, 18, 21, 34, 39, 41, 42, 52, 235, 236, 246, 349
"Africa in Negro American Poetry" (Nkosi) 16
African Child, The (Laye) 241
African Communist (magazine), on Mating Birds 157
"African Drama: Its Themes and Styles" (Nkosi) 20
African Image, The (Mphahlele) xix, 31, 43, 44
African languages 190, 294; as cultural repositories 18; in literature xxxiii, 190; in Mphahlele 30, 249; in South African fiction 249
African Literature and the Universities Conference (Freetown/Dakar) 274
African Songs (Rive) 30, 251
"The African Writer in Search of his Audience" (Nkosi) 52
African Writers Conference (Makerere) xxiii, xxviii, 34, 36, 39, 41, 259
African-American experience of slavery 106n8
African-American writing xxvii, 8, 16, 17, 18, 33, 37, 52, 54, 234, 248, 282
African–Scandinavian Writers Conference 40
Afrika My Music (Mphahlele) 13n30, 44
Ahluwalia, Pal 169, 171
Aiken, Henry D. 280
"Alex La Guma: The Man and His Work" (Nkosi) xxxii
Allen, Samuel W. 267, 268, 272
Allen, Walter xxiv
American popular culture xxi
ANC 70n5, 74, 119, 200, 224, 307; encoded in Underground People 200
And a Threefold Cord (La Guma) 31, 263, 264
And They Didn't Die (Ngcobo) 7
Anderson, Benedict 317
Andrade, Mário de 288
Anthologie de la nouvelle poésie nègre et malgache de langue française (ed. Senghor) 272
apartheid 58, 106, 123, 124, 319; and Barclays Bank 59; and black/white literary solidarity 319; and censorship xxix; and cultural complicity 304; and duty of writer 36; and effect on literature xxvi; and meaning of 'native' 169, 180; and regulation of space xxx; and violence 87; architecture of 179; as destroyer of national identity xv; as tragic farce 68, 79, 80, 81, 86; attacked

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