Versions of Zimbabwe: New Approaches to Literature and Culture

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Robert Muponde, Ranka Primorac
Weaver Press, 2005 - History - 262 pages
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The book is the result of a collaboration of scholars from southern Africa and overseas, whose work emphasises hitherto overshadowed subjects of literature, exposing new and untried approaches to Zimbabwean writing. The contributors focus on pluralities, inclusiveness and the breaking of boundaries, and elucidate how literary texts are betraying multiple versions and opinions of Zimbabwe, arguing that only a multiplicity of opinions on Zimbabwe can do the complexity of the society and history justice.

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literature and the development
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the case
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Marecheras wordhorde and the scrapiron of
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Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Robert Muponde is head and coordinator of literary studies at the Zimbabwe Open University in Harare.

Ranka Primorac has degrees from the Universities of Zagreb, Harare and Nottingham Trent. She is the author of The Place of Tears: The Novel and Politics in Modern Zimbabwe (I.B. Tauris, London, forthcoming [2006]) and co-editor (with Robert Muponde) of Versions of Zimbabwe: New Approaches to Literature and Culture (Weaver Press, Harare, 2005). She teaches at the Africana Studies Department of New York University (NYU) in London.

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