South & Southern African Literature: A Review

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Eldred Durosimi Jones, Marjorie Jones
James Currey, 2002 - Literature - 149 pages
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The end of the apartheid era in South Africa has meant the opening up of the country's culture, languages and literatures to the outside world. Within South Africa the literature of protest need no longer dominate creative output and there has been a move towards a rediscovery of the ordinary . The realities of post-independence Zimbabwe as expressed in song and literature are also examined. North America: Africa World Press

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About the author (2002)

Jones is professor of English at Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone.

Marjorie Jones is the author of "The Jewel and the Sword" and "The Lighthorseman." She is the recipient of the Isolde Carlson Award for Excellence in Writing and was named the 2005 Utah Writer of the Year. She lives in Price, Utah.

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