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SA Lit: Beyond 2000 - Contents

Preface i


SA Lit beyond 2000?

Michael Chapman 1

The End of ‘South African’ Literary History?

Judging ‘National’ Fiction in a Transnational Era

Leon de Kock 19

Expanding “South Africanness”

Debut Novel

Margaret Lenta 48

On the Street with

Vladislavić, Mhlongo, Moele, and Others

Sally-Ann Murray 66

Breaking the Silence

Black and White Women’s Writing

Eva Hunter & Siphokazi Jonas 93

Silenced by Freedom?

Nadine Gordimer after Apartheid

Ileana Dimitru 114

Reconciling Acts

Theatre beyond the TRC

Marcia Blumberg 130

The Road That Calls

From Poor Theatre to Theatres of Excess

Miki Flockemann 150

Sequestered from the winds of history”

Poetry and Politics

Michael Chapman 167

Of Chisels and Jack Hammers”

Afrikaans Poetry

Louise Viljoen 190

Antjie Krog

Towards a Syncretic Identity

Helize van Vuuren 211


Multimedia Research and Documentation of African Oral Performance

Russell H Kaschula 228

Family Albums and Statements from the Dock

Autobiographical Writing

Annie Gagiano 243

Healing the Wounds of History

South African Indian Writing

Devarakshanam Betty Govinden 266

Zulu Literature

New Beginnings

Nhlanhla Mathonsi and Gugu Mazibuko 281

Representing the African Diaspora

Coetzee, Breytenbach, Gordimer, Mda, Pinnock

J U Jacobs 296

Postcolonial Pomosexuality

Queer/Alternative Fiction after Disgrace

Cheryl Stobie 314

Literature and Ecology

in Southern Africa

Dan Wylie 331

Index 350

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