Trends And Tropes: Some Aspects of African Indigenous Literatures of South Africa

Author:   E.D.M. Sibiya ,  Zilibele Mtumane
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Pages:   220
Publication Date:   07 June 2024
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Author:   E.D.M. Sibiya ,  Zilibele Mtumane
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
Weight:   0.453kg
ISBN:  

9781032760551


ISBN 10:   1032760559
Pages:   220
Publication Date:   07 June 2024
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Tertiary & Higher Education ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Hardback
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About the Editors Acknowledgements Editors’ Preface 1. Actions as a Means of Characterisation in E.D.M. Sibiya’s Ngiyolibala Ngifile Zilibele Mtumane and Martha Hadebe 2. Translating Literature: An Alternative Tool for Teaching Foreign Culture Munzhedzi James Mafela 3. Isenzasamuntu Emaqoqweni Amabili Ezinkondlo ZesiZulu Zilibele Mtumane and Gcinile Beauty Thwala 4. Some Forms of Repetition in N. Sibiya’s Essays in Amalangabi Zilibele Mtumane and Sizwe Zwelakhe Dlamini 5. Proverbs and the Inculcation of Moral Values in the Youth: Reflections on Children’s Literature Cynthia Daphne Danisile Ntuli 6. Isakhiwo Sangaphakathi Ezinkondlweni Zika-B.W. Vilakazi Isaac Mndawe and Thabani Mhlongo 7. Dialogue as a Device of Characterisation in D.B.Z. Ntuli’s Short Stories in Uthingo Lwenkosazana Zilibele Mtumane and Augasten Muziwandile Sithole 8. Abalingiswa, Isakhiwo Nesizinda Njengamasu Okuxoxa Indaba Emculweni Kamaskandi Dumisani Sibiya and Lindokuhle Mkhize 9. Natural Symbolism in D.B.Z. Ntuli’s Selected Short Stories Dumisani Sibiya and Sinolwazi M. Nxumalo 10. The Position of Women in Selected Post-apartheid IsiZulu Plays Themba Madingiza Inconclusive Conclusions Notes on Contributors

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E.D.M. Sibiya, also known as Dumisani Sibiy, is an award-winning novelist, short story writer and poet. Sibiya is a three times winner of the Sanlam Prize for Youth Literature for his novels Kungasa Ngifile, Ngidedele Ngife and Ngiyolibala Ngifile. Sibiya has been the recipient of several academic excellence awards as well. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Publishing Studies from the University of the Witwatersrand. Zilibele Mtumane is an Associate Professor and Head of the Department of African Languages and the School of Languages at the University of Johannesburg. He holds the degree of DLitt.et Phil from the University of South Africa, specialising in African languages.

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