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The Columbia Guide to South African Literature Since 1945

Gareth Cornwell

The Columbia Guide to South African Literature Since 1945

by Gareth Cornwell

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Published by Columbia University Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages450
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10196297M
ISBN 100231130465
ISBN 109780231130462

This research guide contains citations for print and electronic resources available at Columbia University in support of a Spring course on "The Novel in Africa" and a Spring course on "Literature and Cultures of Struggle in South Africa."The focus of this bibliographic guide is African literature Author: Yuusuf Caruso.   Sure to become the definitive text for research in the field, The Columbia Guide to West African Literature in English Since is a vital resource for newcomers as well as for advanced scholars seeking a deeper understanding of the region's rich literary heritage.

  The Columbia Guide to East African Literature in English Since challenges the conventional belief that the English-language literary traditions of East Africa are restricted to the former British colonies of Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania. Instead, these traditions stretch far into such neighboring countries as Somalia and Ethiopia. The Columbia Guide to South African Literature in English Since por Gareth Cornwell,Dirk Klopper,Craig Mackenzie. The Columbia Guides to Literature Since ¡Gracias por compartir! Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : Columbia University Press.

Early life. Jenkins was either born in Port Elizabeth South Africa or Pretoria to Ernest Jenkins, an editor, and Daisy Jenkins. At he wrote and had published A Century of History, which received a special eulogy from General Jan Smuts at the Potchefstroom centenary celebrations. Smuts also wrote the book's introduction. Jenkins subsequently won the Lord Kemsley Commonwealth. Citation Information. The Columbia Guide to South African Literature in English Since Columbia University Press. Pages: vii–viii.


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The latest addition to Columbia's impressive series of guides to African literatures sinceChoice About the Author Gareth Cornwell is professor of English at Rhodes University and has published on American, West African, and South African by:   The Columbia Guide to South African Literature in English Since Gareth Cornwell, Dirk Klopper, and Craig Mackenzie.

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Although the South African Constitution of recognises no fewer than. Although the South African Constitution of recognizes no fewer than eleven official languages, English has remained the country's literary lingua franca. This book offers a narrative overview of South African literary production in English from to the postapartheid present.

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