2 edition of paperback of South African English Poetry found in the catalog.
paperback of South African English Poetry
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This revised and updated anthology covers English poetry from the Middle Ages to the present. Aimed specifically at the Southern African market, this anthology includes a significant proportion of twentieth-century material by women and Southern African poets, together with the standard works from the rest of the world. Restrictions: A book-length collection of poetry in English by a New York City resident (5 boroughs) for a first or second collection of poems. How to submit: Submission period is November
Paperback from CDN$ 2 Used from CDN$ Provides clear historical outline, analysis, and commentary on south African oral poetry, a long-neglexted part of Author: Duncan Brown. In a new book-length narrative poem, Wesley McNair explores the potential for love and reconciliation in an era when political strife ensnarls our country. “McNair is a kind of Chekhov of American poetry,” Ted Kooser. Paperback, $, E-Book, $
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He has also published translations of Mongo Beti, Henri Lopes, Tchicaya U Tam’si, and J.-B. Tati Loutard/5(6). The Paperbook of South African English Poetry book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(5).
Scrap Book. Howard W. Warner. South Augusta. [Spine Title]. An eclectic mixture of newspaper cuttings, greeting cards, poetry, stories, obituaries, and stickers collected and mounted in a large nineteenth century account book (original entries visible at edges).
This book is about the poetry, vision and deeply inhospitable context of one of South Africa's most talented praise poets. The author of five volumes of Xhosa poetry and performer of inspired and elegantly crafted izibongo (praise poems), Manisi saw himself as a man of multiple places, allegiances and identities at a time when these markers of.
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Size: Approx 5" Wide and 8½" Tall. Editorial Reviews "A timely and compelling study."—Contemporary Literature "Apartheid and Beyond stands as the most ambitious, authoritative, and theoretically astute study of South African literature to date. Barnard's wonderfully interdisciplinary approach makes this book essential reading for anyone in the humanities and social sciences interested in the Author: Rita Barnard.
Best “New” African Poets Anthology is the third in a continuing series. In the anthology there are poems from poets, poems/translations and articles on poetry, in 13 African languages: English, Portuguese, French, Shona, Afrikaans, Kiswahili, Yoruba, Igbo, Akan Twi, Setswana, Mbesa, Dholuo and Spanish.
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This is a collection of poems, in English, by over 50 South African poets (and some Zimbabweans), with some contemporary translations from /Xam, Afrikaans, Xhosa, Xitsonga and Zulu.
All the poems were published in the poetry journal New Coin, between and These poems were written over a. In addition to writing short stories, John Eppel is also an award-winning poet and novelist. His first novel, D.G.G. Berry’s The Great North Road (), won the M-Net Prize in South Africa.
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His first poetry collection, Spoils of War. Jeff Opland, Visiting Professor in the School of Languages: African Language Studies at Rhodes University, is the author of numerous books and articles on Xhosa literature, including Xhosa Oral Poetry (), and, with Peter Mtuze, Isigodlo sikaPhalo () and Category: Books.
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The Xhosa-speaking peoples of south-eastern South Africa have a long tradition of oral poetry, extending back at least two hundred years. This book, first published inwas the first detailed study of that tradition. Jeff Opland has assembled a.
This eight-piece boxed set, an African Poetry Book Fund (APBF) project, features the work of seven African poets, with an introduction by Kwame Dawes, APBF series editor, and Chris Abani. The boxed set is an annual project starting in to ensure the publication of seven chapbooks by African poets through participating publishers/5(3).
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