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The Resource Emerging traditions : towards a postcolonial stylistics of black South African fiction in English, Vicki Briault Manus, (electronic resource)

Emerging traditions : towards a postcolonial stylistics of black South African fiction in English, Vicki Briault Manus, (electronic resource)

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Emerging traditions : towards a postcolonial stylistics of black South African fiction in English
Title
Emerging traditions
Title remainder
towards a postcolonial stylistics of black South African fiction in English
Statement of responsibility
Vicki Briault Manus
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
IEN/DLC
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1952-
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Briault Manus, Vicki
Dewey number
306.44089
LC call number
P40.45.S6
LC item number
B75 2011
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  • Sociolinguistics
  • South African prose literature (English)
  • Literary style
  • Postcolonialism in literature
Label
Emerging traditions : towards a postcolonial stylistics of black South African fiction in English, Vicki Briault Manus, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • A period of optimism (1795-1910) : literacy as the path to equality. Case-study one : translation and transposition : The wrath of the ancestors and Tales from Southern Africa by A.C. Jordan -- Disillusionment sets in (1910-1948) : black Englishmen and urban natives : first signs of indigenization. Case-study two : a detailed stylistic analysis of Sol Plaatje's Mhudi -- Under control (1948-1960) : tsotsis, tough-talking journalists from the urban ghetto and the post-creole continuum. Case-study three : Can Themba, the poet-laureate of the township -- Stylistic analysis of two stories from Drum magazine : The urchin (1951) and Baby come duze (1973) -- Dislocation (1960-1976) : colored or creole? : writing "between two fires" in the sixties. Case-study four : The park and other stories by James Matthews -- Deadlock (1976-1990) : the old is dying and the new cannot be born. Case-study five : stylistic analysis of Oggzee by Don Mattera -- Breakthrough (1990 and after) : multiple identities and "emerging traditions." Case-study six : Welcome to our Hillbrow by Phaswane Mpe
  • A period of optimism (1795-1910) : literacy as the path to equality. Case-study one : translation and transposition : The wrath of the ancestors and Tales from Southern Africa by A.C. Jordan -- Disillusionment sets in (1910-1948) : black Englishmen and urban natives : first signs of indigenization. Case-study two : a detailed stylistic analysis of Sol Plaatje's Mhudi -- Under control (1948-1960) : tsotsis, tough-talking journalists from the urban ghetto and the post-creole continuum. Case-study three : Can Themba, the poet-laureate of the township -- Stylistic analysis of two stories from Drum magazine : The urchin (1951) and Baby come duze (1973) -- Dislocation (1960-1976) : colored or creole? : writing "between two fires" in the sixties. Case-study four : The park and other stories by James Matthews -- Deadlock (1976-1990) : the old is dying and the new cannot be born. Case-study five : stylistic analysis of Oggzee by Don Mattera -- Breakthrough (1990 and after) : multiple identities and "emerging traditions." Case-study six : Welcome to our Hillbrow by Phaswane Mpe
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000711240
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xl, 308 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780739166956
Isbn Type
(electronic)
Lccn
2011006117
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000711240
Label
Emerging traditions : towards a postcolonial stylistics of black South African fiction in English, Vicki Briault Manus, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • A period of optimism (1795-1910) : literacy as the path to equality. Case-study one : translation and transposition : The wrath of the ancestors and Tales from Southern Africa by A.C. Jordan -- Disillusionment sets in (1910-1948) : black Englishmen and urban natives : first signs of indigenization. Case-study two : a detailed stylistic analysis of Sol Plaatje's Mhudi -- Under control (1948-1960) : tsotsis, tough-talking journalists from the urban ghetto and the post-creole continuum. Case-study three : Can Themba, the poet-laureate of the township -- Stylistic analysis of two stories from Drum magazine : The urchin (1951) and Baby come duze (1973) -- Dislocation (1960-1976) : colored or creole? : writing "between two fires" in the sixties. Case-study four : The park and other stories by James Matthews -- Deadlock (1976-1990) : the old is dying and the new cannot be born. Case-study five : stylistic analysis of Oggzee by Don Mattera -- Breakthrough (1990 and after) : multiple identities and "emerging traditions." Case-study six : Welcome to our Hillbrow by Phaswane Mpe
  • A period of optimism (1795-1910) : literacy as the path to equality. Case-study one : translation and transposition : The wrath of the ancestors and Tales from Southern Africa by A.C. Jordan -- Disillusionment sets in (1910-1948) : black Englishmen and urban natives : first signs of indigenization. Case-study two : a detailed stylistic analysis of Sol Plaatje's Mhudi -- Under control (1948-1960) : tsotsis, tough-talking journalists from the urban ghetto and the post-creole continuum. Case-study three : Can Themba, the poet-laureate of the township -- Stylistic analysis of two stories from Drum magazine : The urchin (1951) and Baby come duze (1973) -- Dislocation (1960-1976) : colored or creole? : writing "between two fires" in the sixties. Case-study four : The park and other stories by James Matthews -- Deadlock (1976-1990) : the old is dying and the new cannot be born. Case-study five : stylistic analysis of Oggzee by Don Mattera -- Breakthrough (1990 and after) : multiple identities and "emerging traditions." Case-study six : Welcome to our Hillbrow by Phaswane Mpe
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000711240
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xl, 308 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780739166956
Isbn Type
(electronic)
Lccn
2011006117
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000711240

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