The text of this article is only available as a PDF.
Buried Narratives:Representations of Pregnancy and Burial in South African Farm Novels.” M.A. diss., University of South Africa.
An Account of Travels into the Interior of Southern Africa(London: Cadell and Davies).
Bethlehem, Louise Shabat
Literary Historiographic Discourse under Apartheid: 1976–1985.”Ph.D. diss., Tel Aviv University.
Bhabha, Homi K.
The Location of Culture(London: Routledge).
Dog Heart: A Travel Memoir(Cape Town: Human and Rousseau).
Kennis van die Aand(Cape Town: Buren).
Looking on Darkness(New York: Morrow).
Reinventing a Continent: Writing and Politics in South Africa 1982–1995(London: Secker and Warburg).
Brink, André, and J. M. Coetzee, eds.
A Land Apart: A South African Reader(London and Boston: Faber).
Prester John(London: T. Nelson and Sons).
Realist Prose and the Problem of Difference: The Rational and the Magical in Subaltern Studies.” Paper presented at the Shakespeare-Postcoloniality Conference, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, July.
Southern African Literatures(London: Longman).
Coetzee, J. M.
1983“The Great South African Novel,”
White Writing: On the Culture of Letters in South Africa(New Haven: Radix and Yale University Press).
Comaroff, John L., and Jean Comaroff
Of Revelation and Revolution: The Dialectics of Modernity on a South African Frontier, vol.
2(Chicago:University of Chicago Press).
Southern African Review of Books
Recalling Adamastor: Literature as Cultural Memory in `White' South Africa.” Paper presented at the Languages of Poetry Conference,University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, August.
de Kock, Leon
Civilising Barbarians:Missionary Narrative and African Textual Response in Nineteenth-Century South Africa(Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press and Lovedale Press).
1996b“The Pursuit of Smaller Stories:Reconsidering the Limits of Literary History in South Africa,” in
Rethinking South African Literary History, edited by Johannes A. Smit, Johan van Wyk, and Jean-Philippe Wade,
85-92 (Durban: Y Press).
1997a“An Impossible History: Michael Chapman'sSouthern African Literatures,”
English in Africa
1997b“Becoming Different from Ourselves.”Panel discussion paper presented at Literary Studies at the Crossroads,University of South Africa, Pretoria, February. Published in
Journal of Literary Studies [Tydskrif vir Literatuurwetenskap]
Deleuze, Gilles, and Félix Guattari
A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia,translated by Brian Massumi (London: Athlone).
Dhlomo, H. I. E.
The Girl Who Killed to Save: Nongquase the Liberator(Lovedale: Lovedale Press).
Drayson, Alfred W.
Tales at the Outspan; or, Adventures in the Wild Regions of Southern Africa(London: Saunders).
Du Toit, André
1983“No Chosen People:The Myth of the Calvinist Origins of Afrikaner Nationalism and Racial Ideology,”
American Historical Review
The Outspan: Tales from South Africa(London: William Heinemann).
The Unbreakable Thread: Non-Racialism in South Africa(Johannesburg:Ravan).
1976“English-Language Literature and Politics in South Africa,” in
Aspects of South African Literature, edited by Christopher Heywood,
99-120 (London and New York: Heinemann).
The Essential Gesture: Writing,Politics and Places, edited by Stephen Clingman (London:Penguin).
Southern African Literature: An Introduction(Cape Town: David Philip).
Camoens and the Poetry of South Africa, Camoens Annual Lectures no. 1 (Johannesburg: Oppenheimer Institute for Portuguese Studies).
1989“Some Problems of Writing Historiography in Southern Africa,”
1999“Southern African Literatures”(Review of Chapman, Southern African Literatures),
Research in African Literatures
Haggard, H. Rider
King Solomon's Mines(New York: Cassell).
She: A History of Adventure(London: Macdonald).
Jolly, Rosemary, and Derek Attridge, eds.
Writing South Africa: Literature, Apartheid, and Democracy,1970–1995(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
1988“Risk Is the First Step to Reconciliation,”
Johannesburg Star, July 24,
1980“The Frontier Tradition in South African Historiography,” in
Economy and Society in Pre-Industrial South Africa, edited by Shula Marks and Anthony Atmore,
44-79 (London: Longman).
The Ambiguities of Dependence in South Africa: Class, Nationalism, and the State in Twentieth-Century Natal(Johannesburg: Ravan).
Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa(London: John Snow).
Frontiers: The Epic of South Africa's Creation and the Tragedy of the Xhosa People(London: Jonathan Cape).
Homelands, Harlem and Hollywood: South African Culture and the World Beyond(New York and London: Routledge).
1998“Postmodernism and Black Writing in South Africa,” in
Jolly and Attridge 1998:
Mayibuye I Afrika Nakwimbali Yelizwe: Towards Decolonising the History of Early African Politics in South Africa.” Paper presented at a departmental seminar, Department of History, University of South Africa,Pretoria.
Xhosa Oral Poetry:Aspects of a Black South African Tradition(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
Peires, J. B.
The House of Phalogy: A History of the Xhosa People in the Days of Their Independence(Johannesburg: Ravan).
The Dead Will Arise(Johannesburg: Ravan).
Philip, Dr. John
Researches in South Africa(London: Duncan).
Plaatje, Sol T.
1915“The Late Allan King,”
African World Annual, December. Reprinted in English in Africa
Mhudi: An Epic of South African Native Life a Hundred Years Ago(Lovedale: Lovedale Press).
Pratt, Mary Louise
Imperial Eyes:Travel Writing and Transculturation(London:Routledge).
African Sketches(London: Edward Moxon).
Reader's Digest, ed.
South African Short Stories: A Selected Quintet(Cape Town: Reader's Digest).
Scully, W. C.
Kafir Stories(London: Unwin).
Smit, Johannes A., Johan van Wyk, and Jean-Philippe Wade, eds.
Rethinking South African Literary History(Durban: Y Press).
1997“South Africa Passes the Posts,”
1996“The Potentials of Boundaries in South Africa: Steps towards a Theory of the Social Edge,”in
Postcolonial Identities in Africa, edited by Richard Werbner and Terence Ranger (London: Zed Books).
Van Onselen, Charles
The Seed Is Mine:The Life of Kas Maine, a South-African Sharecropper,1894–1985(New York: Hill and Wang; Cape Town: David Philip).
Van Wyk Smith, Malvern, ed.
Shades of Adamastor: An Anthology of Verse(Grahamstown: Institute for the Study of English in Africa).
Grounds of Contest: A Survey of South African English Literature(Cape Town: Jutalit).
1996“White Writing/Writing Black: The Anxiety of Non-Influence,” in
Smit, van Wyk, and Wade 1996:
1993“The Epoch of Post-Everything,”
Southern African Review of Books, September/October,
1996“Introduction:Disclosing the Nation,” in
Smit, van Wyk, and Wade 1996:
The Making of Modern South Africa: Conquest, Segregation, and Apartheid(London:Blackwell).
© 2001 by the Porter Institute for Poetics and Semiotics
This content is made freely available by the publisher. It may not be redistributed or altered. All rights reserved.