Southern African literatures / Michael Chapman.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Longman literature in English seriesPublisher: London : Longman, 1996Description: xiii, 533 sISBN:
- 809.8968 23/swe
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Bushman (San) songs and stories -- African (Bantu) songs, stories, praises -- Images of Africa, 1652-1820 -- The story of frontier, 1820s-1870s -- Anglicisation and the Afrikaans language movements, 1875-1930 -- The story of the colony. Fiction, 1880- -- The colonial past in the independent state -- Belonging and belief in South Africa, 1910-1948 -- Identity and the Apartheid state, 1948-1970 -- Malawi and Zambia: the writer in the one-party state -- Angola and Mozambique. National ideals and pragmatic realities -- Zimbabwe: the unified nation or the functioning society? -- Namibia: making a literature -- Black consciousness and white Africans -- The black theatre model. Towards an aesthetic of South African theatre -- The story of community: a resilient tradition -- The truth of fiction and the fiction of truth: writing novels in the interregnum -- The state of emergency, the new southern Africa -- Chronology: Literature and historical/cultural events in southern Africa.