The dictionary consists of a basic English-English core of about 40 references. Afrikaans translations for each meaning help Afrikaans-speaking users to confirm understanding of the English information, whereas the English definition and example sentences help the English-speaking user to confirm the use of the Afrikaans translations. HAT, handwoordeboek van die Afrikaanse taal, 6de uitgawe pp. R A new comprehensively re-worked and expanded edition of this well-known Afrikaans dictionary.
R In this dictionary words are listed alphabetically in English, with a simple clarification and translations in each of the eleven official South African languages. Also contains basic phrases and an alphabetical index for each language. R Includes a bilingual supplement on parts of speech, confusable words, and idioms and proverbs.
R A collection that brings together nonfiction writing from across Africa, including travel writing, memoir,reportage and meditative essays. Fresh ways of writing African experiences are afoot. This publication signals the gestation of something enormously exciting and genuinely new.
A former deputy editor of Granta magazine she is series editor of the Kwani? R First published in Germany in German in A collection of interviews with and essays on some of South Africa's most prominent artists, writers, choreographers, photographers and musicians.
R Muff Andersson analyses Yizo Yizo, an award-winning youth drama series which was shown on SABC 1 between and , by examining how the producers understood and worked on the project, the text itself, and the way audiences responded to the texts.
R A literary biography of J. Coetzee that reveals the connections and relations between the novelist's life and work. He is also the author of "J. The letters span more than fifty years of the writer's life, from to Afrikaans poet, writer, playwright and academic Hennie Aucamp was born in in Dordrecht, Eastern Cape, and grew up on a farm. In he joined the Department of Afrikaans, Faculty of Education, at Stellenbosch University, where he remained until his retirement in In he received a Lifetime Literary Achievement Award.
He now lives in Cape Town. R A collection of letters exchanged between Paul Auster and J. Coetzee over a period of three years, in which they explore everything from sports to fatherhood, literature to film, philosophy to politics, the financial crisis to art, eroticism, marriage, friendship, and love.
He has won many literary awards and was the first author to win the Booker Prize twice. He was awarded the Novel Prize for Literature in R A collection of critical essays dedicated to Henriette Roos in honour of her contribution to Afrikaans literature.
Kannemeyer Text in English and Afrikaans. R A collection of essays devoted to a critical appraisal of the award-winning South African novelist and playwright, Zakes Mda. Satire and Post-colonial Possibilities: R This word and phrase book in seven South African languages is divided into twelve themes, a mini-grammar section and a multilingual index. Suitable for use in schools and the workplace.
R Using the tools of postcolonial theory and gender studies Louise Bethlehem examines how South African literary studies has viewed the role of literature in a context of severe political oppression and resistance. R Carel Boshoff iv discusses the relevance of the works of Afrikaans-language poet, playwright, and scholar, NP van Wyk Louw , for Afrikaners in the 21st century.
R A collection of poems, photographs and narratives published in honour of Hennie Aucamp , Afrikaans poet, short story writer, cabaretist and academic. French scholar Denise Brahimi traces the evolution of Nadine Gordimer's fiction, and the way in which her novels are characterised by her awareness of history.
R Jean Branford and Malcolm Venter discuss the many new English words and phrases coined by South African English speakers, as distinguished from the words and phrases borrowed from other languages. R Breyten Breytenbach's reflections on reading and writing, addressed to a young writer. R A collection of essays in which Breyten Breytenbach "takes readers on a journey through the 'Middle World', an imagined space beyond borders and exile, toward an embracing vision of justice for the 'un'citizens' post-modernity has dispossessed.
R A collection of Breyten Breytenbach's speeches, delivered at various events around the world between and Many are published here for the first time. Text in Afrikaans and English. Also available in Afrikaans.
It also includes a replica of a letter from Ingrid Jonker as an insert in an envelope on the inside back cover. R Through a series of case studies, which cover Bushman storytelling, rock painting, African-Christian identity and the poetry of Nontsizi Mgqwetho, Mazisi Kunene's "Emperor Shaka the Great", Ronnie Govender's Cato Manor stories, Douglas Livingstone's poetry and the rap music of Prohpets of the City, Duncan Brown explores how people have, historically and in the present, used different forms to express a sense of what it means to live in a particular place.
His previous books include "Voicing the Text: South African oral poetry and performance", available R All these essays, written between and , have been previously published.
Brink" by Johan Anker. Text in English and Afrikaans. R A reconstruction of "a series of interviews conducted between and , in which Neville Alexander reflected on how the languages he had used throughout his life shaped his world and his relationships with his immediate and wider communities. A member of the National Liberation Front, which he co-founded, he was arrested in and found guilty of conspiracy to commit sabotage. He spent ten years on Robben Island.
In he received the Linguapax Prize in recognition of his contributions to linguistic diversity and multilingual education. He died in August R A collection of essays that analyse writings by African colonial administrators and literary authors, challenging dominant ideas about nature, conservation and development in Africa and exploring alternative narratives offered by writers and environmental thinkers.
This collection is the first of its kind and as such is positioned to make a vital intervention in postcolonial, ecocritical, and African studies. Garth Myers is Paul E. R Part 1 of a history of the Afrikaans language, which focuses on the Dutch roots of the language. Part 2 will deal with how Afrikaans evolved on the African continent, influenced by indigenous and Asian languages.
Met hierdie boek slaag die skrywers daarin om veral bruin Afrikaanssprekendes se trots in hul taal te laat herleef! Dit is geen geringe prestasie nie. R A collection of essays that offer "perspectives on a single endeavour: Coetzee and Herman Charles Bosman. R Literary critic Michael Chapman remembers the conversations he had with poet-scientist Douglas Livingstone in the s and s. Some of these conversations were taped; others he's reconstructed from notes he made immediately afterwards. The conversations are interspersed with a new consideration of the volumes of Douglas Livingstone's poetry.
His publications include "Douglas Livingstone: R A collection of forty-nine tributes to the writing and legacy of Nigerian novelist, poet, academic and critic Chinua Achebe In she started Ayebia Clarke Publishing Limited together with her husband.
R "'Drawing the Line' examines the ways in which cultural, political and legal lines are imagined, drawn, erased, and redrawn in post-apartheid South Africa - through literary texts, artworks and other forms of cultural production. This book is beautifully written, and one finds oneself forever being caught by wonderful and unpredicted connections, turns of phrase, the ease and acuity with which insights from disparate fields are brought together and developed.
R Introduction by Derek Attridge. Essays include "Nadine Gordimer", "V. Most of these essays first appeared, in earlier form, in the New York Review of Books.
R A collection of J. Coetzee's literary essays written between and Coetzee's essay, "The Intellectual Origins of Apartheid, emerging from censorship".
Translation by Angela Righetti. Coetzee's first volume of criticism, in which "he reads a range of texts, in various genres, which represent the endeavours of white writers to come to terms with the South African landscape and their tenuous place in it". Scully, Roy Campbell, C. Coetzee was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in R An exchange, begun in , between JM Coetzee and psychotherapist Arabella Kurtz, in which they consider psychotherapy and its wider social context.
Arabella Kurtz is a consultant clinical psychologist and is completing psychoanalytic psychotherapy training at the Tavistock Clinic. She is currently Senior Clinical Tutor on the University of Leicester clinical psychology training course. R "Brenda Cooper tracks the journeys undertaken by a new generation of African writers, their protagonists and the solid objects that populate their fiction, to depict the material realities of their multiple worlds and languages".
R A collection of essays on writing, politics and culture from a South African perspective. Imraan Coovadia is the author of four novels: He directs the creative writing programme at the University of Cape Town. R A collection of essays that reflect on South African culture and creative thinking. As a compilation, 'Relocations' vividly captures this vitality and broadens the reach. R A collection of essays on the work of Antjie Krog.
Publications include a collection of South African women's life writing, "The Closest of Strangers", a co-edited collection of essays on Breyten Breytenbach, "a. Currey focuses on eight writers: Many other writers are discussed: The book is well illustrated with George Hallett's photographs of authors and book covers including one of the young Pallo Jordan for the cover of John Munonye's "A Dancer of Fortune". Text in English and French.
Achmat Davids examines the Arabic-Afrikaans literary tradition of the Cape Muslim community and traces the emergence of Afrikaans "a'jami" texts, i. Afrikaans texts in Arabic script distributed or published at the Cape of Good Hope from early nineteeth century to