Academic journal article Africa

South Africa

Academic journal article Africa

South Africa

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Literature

See also 4029, 4051, 4106, 4372, 4473, 4474

4556 Adhikari, M., From Manenberg to Soweto: race and coloured identity in the black consciousness poetry of James Matthews. African studies 62 2 2003 171-186

4557 Alexander, P.F., The Genesis of a novel of ideas: Alan Paton's Cry the Beloved Country. Australasian review of African studies 25 1 2003 11-25

4558 Berold, R. (ed.), South African poets on poetry: interviews from New Coin 1992-2001. Pietermaritzburg University of Natal Press 2003 182 pp.

4559 Blair, P., That "ugly word": miscegenation and the novel in preapartheid South Africa. Modern fiction studies 49 3 2003 581-613

4560 Buscop, J., Dis Hoos Tyd dat Woord aan Woord: Afgespieel Word: 'N dieper Inkyk na die religie(e van Karakters in die Roman Duiwelskloof van Andre P. Brink. New contree 48 2000 175-185

4561 Chrisman, L., Cultural studies in the new South Africa. in Postcolonial contraventions, pp. 145-156. (Item no. 786)

4562 Chrisman, L., Transnational productions of Englishness: South Africa in the post-imperial metropole, in Postcolonial contraventions, pp. 107-124. (Item no. 786)

4563 Diala, I., Andre Brink and the implications of tragedy for apartheid South Africa. Journal of Southern African studies 29 4 2003 903-919

4564 Fotsing Mangoua, Ecriture et identite dans la litterature d' Afrique du Sud: le cas d' Andre Brink. Presence francophone 60 2003 113-127

4565 Genty, S., Genre/gender in Nadine Gordimer's The Pickup. Commonwealth: essays and studies 26 1 2003 83-89

4566 Graham, L.V., Reading the unspeakable: rape in J.M. Coetzee's Disgrace. Journal of Southern African studies 29 2 2003 433-444

4567 Graham, S., The Truth Commission and post-apartheid literature in South Africa. Research in African literatures 34 1 2003 11-40

4568 Gray, S., Interview: Veronique Tadjo speaks with Stephen Gray. Research in African literatures 34 3 2003 142-147

4569 Grayland, R., Beyond protest: the legacy of black consciousness in Njabulo Ndebele's Fools and other stories English studies in Africa 45 2 2002 31-44

4570 Heyns, M., 'Call no man happy': perversity as a narrative principle in Disgrace. English studies in Africa 45 2 2002 57-65

4571 Higgins, J., The Sole measure of poetic value: a response to Kelwyn Sole. Pretexts 12 1 2003 97-102

4572 Joseph-Vilain, M., Magic realism in two post-apartheid novels by Andre Brink. Commonwealth: essays and studies 25 2 2003 17-31

4573 Kane, B., From the tick to the brontosaurus: animal imagery in Alex La Guma's novels. Commonwealth: essays and studies 25 2 2003 33-44

4574 Kapstein, H., Red Herrings: looking back at apartheid through James McClure's detective novels. Anthropology and humanism 28 1 2003 85-100

4575 Kissak, M. Titlestad, M., Humility in a godless world: shame, defiance and dignity in Coetzee's Disgrace. Journal of Commonwealth literature 38 3 2003 135-147

4576 Klopper, D., In the names of Arthur Nortje: life, death and biographic representation. English studies in Africa 45 2 2002 19-29

4577 Koch, J., 'Die wereld se toomlose onderstebokeer-passie': die boerhuis, arbeid en etniese mobilisasie in Bywoners (1919) van Jochem vam Bruggen. Acta academica 35 3 2003 1-25

4578 Kossew, S., The Politics of Shame and Redemption in J.M. Coetzee's Disgrace. Research in African literatures 34 2 2003 155-162

4579 Koyana, S., 'Why are you carrying books? Don't you have children?' Revisiting motherhood in Siniwe Magona's autobiographies. English studies in Africa 45 2 2002 45-55

4580 Lenka, P., Executing the death sentence: law and justice in Alan Paton's 'Cry the Beloved Country' and Nadine Gordimer's 'The House Gun'. Current writing 13 1 2001 49-69

4581 Lutchman, V., Colonial cousins in poetry. Alternation 9 2 2003 224-235

4582 Martinez Lirola, M. …

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