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Two novels from the early 2000s set key scenes at the Empire Exhibition in London...
This essay makes the case for “Black Atlantic literature” as a transnational category of literary...
Censorship has, of course, been much discussed in South African literary studies. But Peter McDonald's...
Over the past several years, I have seen Catherine Cole give two conference presentations on...
With the end of apartheid, long-ostracised South Africa opened itself up to the rest of...
Chris N. van der Merwe and Pumla Gobobo-Madikizela. 2007. Narrating Our Healing: Perspectives on Working...
The negritude movement had Présence Africaine; the Harlem Renaissance had Crisis and Opportunity; South African...
In 1990, in an article entitled "Preparing ourselves for freedom", Albie Sachs kicked off a...
The experience of imprisonment is central to the political history of apartheid and post apartheid...
In the wake of apartheid, South African culture conveys the sense of being lost in...
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