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English in Africa - Vol 45, No 2 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction: on (still) rediscovering the ordinary EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Paul Wessels 13-16
Indigenous African literary forms may determine the future course of world literature EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Taban Lo Liyong 17-28
The sound of reading EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Robert Berold 29-39
Form and structure: using poems to teach the writing of lyrical poetry EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mangaliso W. Buzani 41-50
Indecent exposure – writing violence and resistance today EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Stacy Hardy 51-65
‘Whose body is it, and what is it doing on my page?’ The intersections between the non-normative body and alternative textual practices EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Kobus Moolman 67-82
Imagining the “forbidden” racial other: attitudes and approaches in the works of Antjie Krog, Marlene van Niekerk, Meg Vandermerwe and Zukiswa Wanner EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Meg Vandermerwe 83-106
Finding the bird in the bush, or, “the material that appears”: rethinking the ‘creative’ in teaching ‘creative writing’ EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Paul Wessels 107-115
Black, white and everything in-between: unravelling the times with Zoë Wicomb EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Aretha Phiri 117-128
Book Review: Recognition: An Anthology of South African Short Stories EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mark Espin 129-131
Book Reviews EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Sam Naidu 133-139


ISSN: 0376-8902
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