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eBook Writing South Africa: Literature, Apartheid, and Democracy, 1970-1995 ePub

by Rosemary Jolly,Derek Attridge

  • ISBN: 0521592186
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Rosemary Jolly,Derek Attridge
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 13, 1998)
  • Pages: 308
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During the final years of the apartheid era and the subsequent transition to democracy, South African literary writing caught the world's attention as never before

During the final years of the apartheid era and the subsequent transition to democracy, South African literary writing caught the world's attention as never before. Writing South Africa offers a window on the literary activity of this extraordinary period that conveys its range and its significance for anyone interested in the impact of decolonisation and democratisation on the cultural sphere

Derek Attridge, Professor of English Derek Attridge, Rosemary Jolly.

Derek Attridge, Professor of English Derek Attridge, Rosemary Jolly. Cambridge University Press, 22‏/01‏/1998 - 288 من الصفحات. During the final years of the apartheid era and the subsequent transition to democracy, South African literary writing caught the world's attention as never before.

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Derek Attridge, Rosemary Jolly. Writers responded to the changing political situation and its daily impact on the country's inhabitants with works that recorded or satirised state-enforced racism, explored the possibilities of resistance and rebuilding, and creatively addressed the vexed question of literature's relation to politics and ethics.

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Derek Attridge in Conversation (with David Jonathan Bayot and Francisco Roman Guevara) Sussex Academic Press and De La Salle University Press, 2015.

Cambridge University Press, 1998. Derek Attridge in Conversation (with David Jonathan Bayot and Francisco Roman Guevara) Sussex Academic Press and De La Salle University Press, 2015. The Craft of Poetry: Dialogues on Minimal Interpretation (with Henry Staten) Routledge, 2015. The Work of Literature Oxford University Press, 2015.

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Critical and Historical Studies in Literature, Medieval through Contemporary. Volume 97, Number 4 May, 2000. Writing South Africa: Literature, Apartheid, and Democracy, 1970-1995. Rosemary Jolly, Derek Attridge. Negotiating the past: The Making of Memory in South Africa. Sarah Nuttall, Carli Coetzee.

Rosemary Jolly of Pennsylvania State University, PA (Penn State) Read 15 publications, 1 answers, and contact .

Writing South Africa: Literature, Apartheid, and Democracy, 1970-1995.

Writing South Africa : literature, apartheid, and democracy, 1970-1995. Derek Attridge, Rosemary Jolly. Maps Notes on contributors South Africa 1975: a chronology 1. Introduction Rosemary Jolley and Derek Attridge 2. Interrogating silence: new possibilities faced by South African literature Andr. More).

During the final years of the apartheid era and the subsequent transition to democracy, South African literary writing caught the world's attention as never before. Writing South Africa offers a window on the literary activity of this extraordinary period, conveying its range and its significance for anyone interested in the impact of decolonization and democratization on the cultural sphere. It brings together for the first time discussions by some of the most distinguished South African writers, with those of leading commentators based in South Africa, Britain and North America.