Afrikaans Literature: Recollection, Redefinition, Restitution: Papers held at the 7th Conference on South African Literature at the Protestant Academy

Afrikaans Literature: Recollection, Redefinition, Restitution: Papers held at the 7th Conference on South African Literature at the Protestant Academy

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INTRODUCTION. Robert KRIGER: Afrikaans Literature: Recollection, Redefinition, Restitution. ARTICLES. Achmat DAVIDS: Laying the Lie of the Boer Language: An Alternative View of the Genesis of Afrikaans. Jean LOMBARD: The Reorientation and Redevelopment of Afrikaans in Namibia. Vernon FEBRUARY: The Many Voices of the Land. Hein WILLEMSE: The Invisible Margins of Afrikaans Literature. Ampie COETZEE: Afrikaans Literature in the Service of Ethnic Politics? Johan van WYK: Afrikaans Poetry and the South African Intertext. Philip van der MERWE: What the Canon Saw: Socio-Political History, Afrikaans Poetry and its Great Tradition. Marlene van NIEKERK: Afrikaner Woman and Her Prison: Afrikaner Nationalism and Literature. Etienne van HEERDEN: Answering the Father's Father: Koos Prinsloo's By die skryf van aantekeninge oor'n reis. Patrick PETERSEN: Publication and Power: Views of the Marginalised. Andries Walter OLIPHANT: COSAW and Publishing for All. MARKETPLACE. Henry CHAKAVA: Publishing Ngugi: The Challenge, the Risk and the Reward. With an Appendix on Useful References on Ngugi's Work. Cristine MATZKE: A Preliminary Checklist of East African Women Writers. CREATIVE WRITING. Louis CHARLES: Friday Night. Louis CHARLES: The Postman. Madeleine LOYSON: Four Poems. Sidwell DESAI: The circus site. Nick HARTEL: For the sake of the cause. Andrina FORBES: Section 29. Mzi MAHOLA: Return to my birthplace. Peter PLUEDDEMANN: Homecoming (in F). Peter PLUEDDEMANN: One Azania, One Oration. Andries Walter OLIPHANT: Two Love Poems and A Self-Portrait. Andries Walter OLIPHANT: The Splash. A Short Story. Lesego RAMPOLOKENG: Rap 1. Lesego RAMPOLOKENG: dark light, light dark. Interviews. Reviews.

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  • ISBN13: 9789042000537
  • Format: Paperback, Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 336
  • ID: 9789042000537
  • ISBN10: 9042000538

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