Tydskrif vir Letterkunde 51 (1)


 

Contents


 

01 Lawrence Hoba'sDepiction of the post-2000 Zimbabwean land invations in The Trek and Other Stories
Irikidzayi Manase
02

Figures of pedagogy in Ama Ata Aidoo's Changes and Buchi Emecheta's Double Yoke
Angela M. Fubara

03

'"Why were we crucified into car mechanics?": Masculine identity in Marlene van Niekerk's Agaat
Antoinette Pretorius

04 Die boek van toeval en toeverlaat (Ingrid Winterbach)" ' Teosofies-kabbalistiese perspektief
Marie Spruyt
05 Post-apartheid transnationalism in black South African literature a reality or a fallacy?
Lesibana Rafapa
06 Tribute: Kofi Awoonor (1935-2013)
Yaw Asante
07 Tribute: Mbulelo Vizikhungo Mzamane (1948-2014)
Nhlanhla Maake
08

Dossier: Oraliteit en tegno-oudituur van Afrikaliterature / Orality and Technauriture of African Literatures / Oralité et technauriture de littératures africaines

 

Introduction: Orality and technauriture of African literatures

Daniela Merolla

 

A traditional oral contest in Ivory Coast on the web in the early 2000
Jean Derive

 

"The Kings of Segu": From oral epic to television series
Tal Tamari

 

Oral storytelling and national kinship: Reflections on the oral narrative performance in the Kenya Schools and Colleges Drama Festivals
Rose A. Opondo

 

The media, the reconstruction of drumming, and the tradition of the dùndùn and the bàtá ensemble of the Yorùbà in South Western Nigeria
Idamoyibo Atinuke Adenike

 

Tales and identity: Wanto in Gbaya tales and in new communication media
Paulette Roulon-Doko

 

Kinship, collegiality and witchcraft: South African perceptions of sorcery and the occult aspects of contemporary academia
Felicity Wood

 

"Paroles d'Afrique" Organising a hypermedia text: theory and practice
Anne-Marie Dauphin-Tinturier