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English in Africa was founded in 1974 to provide a forum for the study of African literature and English as a language of Africa. The Editor invites contributions, including unsolicited reviews, on all aspects of English writing and the English language in Africa, including oral traditions. English in Africa is listed in the Journal of Commonwealth Literature Annual Bibliography, the Modern Language Association MLA International Bibliography, Institute for Scientific Information Arts and Humanities Citation Index, and accredited by the South African Department of Education. 

The journal has its own website at  

http://www.ru.ac.za/isea/publications/journals/englishinafrica/

It is also indexed on EBSCO, by GalePublishing and by SABINET Online. EiA is archived by JSTOR and SABINET Gateway


Vol 44, No 3 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Articles

“Wishy-washy liberalism” and “the art of getting lost” in Ivan Vladislavić’s Double Negative EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Minesh Dass 9–30
Horrors of the Half-Forgotten: Explosive Memories in Ivan Vladislavić’s “The Firedogs” EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Rilette Swanepoel 31–48
Ivan Vladislavić’s Aesthetics of Detritus in “Autopsy” and “Propaganda by Monuments” EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Christiaan Naudé 49–72
The Sound of South Africa: Johan Vlok Louw’s Karoo Dusk EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Craig MacKenzie 73–87
Multiple Twilights: Narrating Transition in Achmat Dangor’s Bitter Fruit EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Aghogho Akpome 89–106
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F. Fiona Moolla 107–113
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Sandra Stadler 115–119


ISSN: 0376-8902
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