Trauma, Resistance, Reconstruction in Post-1994 South African Writing.
By: Singh, Jaspal K.
Contributor(s): Chetty, Rajendra.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Lang, Peter, Publishing Inc., 2010Description: 1 online resource (216 p.).ISBN: 9781453900406.Subject(s): Apartheid in literature | Collective memory in literature | Identity (Psychology) in literature | Literature and society -- South Africa -- History -- 20th century | Literature and society -- South Africa -- History -- 21st century | Politics and literature -- South Africa -- History -- 20th century | Politics and literature -- South Africa -- History -- 21st century | Post-apartheid era -- South Africa | Psychic trauma in literature | Race relations in literature | South Africa -- In literature | South African literature (English) -- History and criticismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Trauma, Resistance, Reconstruction in Post-1994 South African WritingDDC classification: 820.9/355 | 820.9355 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Table of Contents; Acknowledgments vii; Introduction 1; A. Memory and the Construction of Identities 9; Chapter 1 South Asian Diaspora in Africa: Collective and individual memory in Fatima Meer's and Sita Gandhi's texts - JASPAL KAUR SINGH 11; Chapter 2 Revisiting the past: Memory and Identity in Elleke Boehmer''s Bloodlines and Zoë Wicomb''s David''s Story and Playing in the Light - FIONA MCCANN 27 ; B. Truth, Reconciliation, Resistance and Reconstruction 41; Chapter 3 Lyric Monsters: The Humanizing Process of Lyric Language in Antjie Krog's Country of My Skull - OKLA ELLIOT 43
Chapter 4 Reconstruction and Resistance in the Poetry of Gcina Mhlophe - DENISE HANDLARSKI 57Chapter 5 Transcending Apartheid: Empathy and the Search for Redemption - IMKE BRUST 77; C. Damaged Narratives, Silenced Voices and Race 101; Chapter 6 Mut(e)ilations: The Loss of Voice and the Voice of Loss: Memory, Reconstruction and Reconciliation in South African Literature - DEBORAH DONIG 103; Chapter 7 Secrets and Lies: Trauma, Resistance and Reconciliation Postponed in Zoë Wicomb's David's Story - JANE POYNER 121
Chapter 8 Driving the Devil into the Ground: Settler Myth in André Brink's Devil's Valley - JOHN HIGHFIELD 131D. Trauma, confession and autobiographies 149; Chapter 9 Transmogrifying the Traumatic into the Democratic Ideal in Autobiographical Cultural Memory: Nelson Mandela's The Long Walk to Freedom - MIKE KGOMOTSO MASEMOLA 151; Chapter 10 White Lies, White Truth: Confession and Childhood in White Women's Narratives - GEORGINA HORRELL 169; Chapter 11 Reconciling Citizenship, AIDS, and Gayness in Post-Apartheid South Africa - JOHN C. HAWLEY 187; Notes on Contributors 203
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