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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 45, No 3 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Lynda Gichanda Spencer, Minesh Dass 11-16
Reading and roaming the racial city: R. R. R. Dhlomo and The Bantu World EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Corinne Sandwith 17-39
Decolonization and popular poetics: from Soweto poetry to diasporic solidarity EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Brendon Nicholls 41-78
“Having it all”?: (Re) examining conspicuous consumption and pernicious masculinities in South African Chick-Lit EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Lynda Gichanda Spencer 79-97
Temporal aftermaths and ruined spaces in the African Metropolis: Cairo in the crime fiction of Parker Bilal EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tina Steiner 99-117
Niq Mhlongo told us #FeesMustFall, or why the surface matters in Dog Eat Dog EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Minesh Dass 119-138
Book Review: A Survey of South African Crime Fiction. Critical Analysis and Publishing History EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Claudia Drawe 139-144


ISSN: 0376-8902
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