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South Africa in the Global Imaginary

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"Sister outsiders" draws attention to a neglected corpus of writing in South African literary criticism. The focus is on the exclusion of Indian women's writings in South Africa, which must be seen as a dimension of the larger exclusion of women's writings, white and black, from South African literature in general. The book provides an historical account of the events that ...more
Paperback, 290 pages
Published May 27th 2001 by Duke University Press Books
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I like this book for lots of reasons. One reason is they talk about there independence they got when they couldn't choose there own president cause of there color. Until they finally they got that privilege to choose there president. That's when they choose the first black president for South Africa and got there independence. I also learned the tribes in South Africa that I didn't know about. That's why I like this book and tell you that you should read it
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De Kock, Leon (b. 1956) Poet, critic, translator. Born in Mayfair, Johannesburg, he studied at the Rand Afrikaans University and the University of Leeds. After working as a journalist for several years, he joined the English Department of the University of South Africa, where he was professor until 2006. He is now head of the School of Literature and Language Studies at t
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