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Tydskrif vir letterkunde is a peer-reviewed journal, established in 1951. It is the oldest literary journal in South Africa. It publishes articles on African literature. The “literature” in Tydskrif vir letterkunde does not only signify belles letters, but also the diversity of contemporary cultural practices. Articles may be submitted in Afrikaans, Dutch, English and French.

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Vol 54, No 2 (2017)

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Articles

Intellectualisation of isiXhosa literature: the case of Jeff Opland EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Russell H. Kaschula 5-25
Breyten Breytenbachs poëzie in Raster EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Camille Bourgeus, Yves T’Sjoen 26-41
Building the Islamic moral self: Sufi Abed’s Bustan Fatimah ma'a Bustan 'A'ishah EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Yousuf Dadoo, Auwais Rafudeen 42-60
Urban orature and resistance: The case of Donny Elwood EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Eunice Ngongkum 61-73
’n Kulturele entomologiese ondersoek na insekte in Willem Anker se Siegfried EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Joan-Mari Barendse 74-85
Re-imagining family and gender roles in Aminatta Forna’s Ancestor Stones EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Yunusy Castory Ng’umbi 86-99
Rape victims and victimisers in Herbstein’s Ama, a Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Oluyomi Oduwobi 100-111
Identity and the absent mother in Atta’s Everything Good will Come EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sola Owonibi, Olufunmilayo Gaji 112-121
Individualism and memory: Robert Frost and Tanure Ojaide EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mathias Iroro Orhero 122-135
Interview: Tongues of their mothers: the language of writing EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Makhosazana Xaba, Jenny Boz’ena du Preez 136-145
Book Review: On m’appelle Nina EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Marie H. Koffi-Tessio 168-169
Book Review: The Printmaker EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Pat Louw 169-171
Book Review: Travels with My Father. An Autobiographical Novel EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Bibi Burger 172-174
Book Review: Indigeneity, Globalization, and African Literature: Personally Speaking EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Andy Carolin 174-176
Book Review: Natures of Africa. Ecocriticism and Animal Studies in Contemporary Cultural Forms EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Julia Martin 177-180
Book Review: Losing the Plot. Crime, Reality and Fiction in Postapartheid Writing EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sam Naidu 180-182
Book Review: Learning Zulu: A secret history of language in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Dan Wylie 182-186
Book Review: Post mortem EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Johan Coetser 186-188
Book Review: Die Bram Fischer Wals EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jacomien van Niekerk 188-190
Book Review: Die aarde is ’n eierblou ark EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Marni Bonthuys 190-192
Book Review: Alles het niet kom wôd EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Henning Pieterse 192-194
Book Review: Sulamiet EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Cas Wepener 194-197
Book Review: As in die mond EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Johan Anker 197-199
Book Review: Die formidabele Ling Ho EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Dewald Koen 199-200
Book Review: Lugkasteel EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ruchelle Lombard 201-202
Book Review: Perspektief en profiel: ’n Afrikaanse literatuurgeskiedenis (Tweede uitgawe) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Desmond Painter 203-206
Book Review: Hitler, Verwoerd, Mandela and Me EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Christi van der Westhuizen 206-208


ISSN: 2309-9070
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