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Writing Home - Lewis Nkosi on South African Writing (Paperback): Lindy Stibel, Michael Chapman Writing Home - Lewis Nkosi on South African Writing (Paperback)
Lindy Stibel, Michael Chapman
R345 R285 Discovery Miles 2 850 Save R60 (17%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Lewis Nkosi's insights into South African literature, culture and society first appeared in the 1950s, when the `new' urban African in Sophiatown and on Drum magazine mockingly opposed then Prime Minister H.F. Verwoerd's Bantu retribalisation policies. Before his death in 2010, Nkosi focused on the literary-cultural challenges of post-Mandela times. Having lived for 40 years in exile, he returned to South Africa, intermittently, after the unbannings of 1990. His critical eye, however, never for long left the home scene. Hence, the title of this selection of his articles, essays and reviews, Writing Home. Writing home with wit, irony and moral toughness Nkosi assesses a range of leading writers, including Herman Charles Bosman, Breyten Breytenbach, J.M. Coetzee, Athol Fugard, Nadine Gordimer, Bessie Head, Alex La Guma, Bloke Modisane, Es'kia Mphahlele, Nat Nakasa, Njabulo S. Ndebele, Alan Paton and Can Themba. Combining the journalist's penchant for the human-interest story with astute analysis, Nkosi's ideas, observations and insights are as fresh today as when he began his 60-year career as a writer and critic. Selected from his out-of-print collections, Home and Exile, The Transplanted Heart and Tasks and Masks, as well as from journals and magazines, Lewis Nkosi's punchy commentaries will appeal to a wide readership.

Sol Plaatje's Mhudi - History, Criticism, Celebration (Paperback): Sabata-Mpho Mokae, Brian Willan Sol Plaatje's Mhudi - History, Criticism, Celebration (Paperback)
Sabata-Mpho Mokae, Brian Willan
R290 R215 Discovery Miles 2 150 Save R75 (26%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Sol Plaatje’s Mhudi is one of South Africa’s most famous novels.

First published in 1930, it is the first full-length novel by a black South African writer, and is widely read and studied in South African schools, colleges and universities. It has been translated into a number of different languages. Written over 30 years before Chinua Achebe’s famous Things Fall Apart, Mhudi is a pioneering African novel too, anticipating many of the themes with which Achebe and other writers from the African continent were concerned.

Mhudi has had a complicated history. Critics have been divided in their views, and there was a delay of ten years between the time Plaatje wrote the book and when it was published. A century on from when it was written, the time is now right to both celebrate its composition and to assess its meanings and legacy.

In this book, a distinguished cast of contributors explore the circumstances in which Mhudi was both written and published, what the critics have made of it, why it remains so relevant today. Chapters look at the eponymous feminist heroine of the novel and what she symbolizes, the role of history and oral tradition, the contentious question of language, the linguistic and stylistic choices that Plaatje made. In keeping with Mhudi’s capacity to inspire, this book also includes a poem and short story, specially written in order to pay tribute to both the book and its author.

Ouma's autumn (Paperback): Patricia Schonstein Pinnock Ouma's autumn (Paperback)
Patricia Schonstein Pinnock; Photographs by Donald Pinnock
R191 Discovery Miles 1 910 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
The Cambridge Introduction to Narrative (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition): H.Porter Abbott The Cambridge Introduction to Narrative (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition)
H.Porter Abbott
R610 Discovery Miles 6 100 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

What is narrative? How does it work and how does it shape our lives? H. Porter Abbott emphasizes that narrative is found not just in literature, film, and theatre, but everywhere in the ordinary course of people's lives. This widely used introduction, now revised and expanded in its third edition, is informed throughout by recent developments in the field and includes one new chapter. The glossary and bibliography have been expanded, and new sections explore unnatural narrative, retrograde narrative, reader-resistant narratives, intermedial narrative, narrativity, and multiple interpretation. With its lucid exposition of concepts, and suggestions for further reading, this book is not only an excellent introduction for courses focused on narrative but also an invaluable resource for students and scholars across a wide range of fields, including literature and drama, film and media, society and politics, journalism, autobiography, history, and still others throughout the arts, humanities, and social sciences.

Uit Die Dagboek Van 'n Wildbewaarder (Afrikaans, Paperback): P.J. Schoeman Uit Die Dagboek Van 'n Wildbewaarder (Afrikaans, Paperback)
P.J. Schoeman
R158 Discovery Miles 1 580 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Voordat die veldseun Piet Schoeman wildbewaarder geword het, het hy gedink dat die lewe van 'n wildbewaarder die ene aksie sal wees. Toe hy aangestel word as hoofwildbewaarder van die Etosha-wildtuin in die destydse Suidwes-Afrika, was dit net die plek waar hy sy onbedwingbare avontuurlus kon uitleef. Die gelyk wereld van gras en lae bossies, met orals troppies naderende wild, het vir hom 'n oneindige bekoring ingehou. Wanneer die oop ruimtes roep, kon hy nooit teruggehou word nie. Dit het dit aan hom baie tyd gelaat vir die rustige bestudering van die wild en die natuur. Hy het nooit besef dat die blote waarneming van wild ooit so interessant kan wees as die jagmaak op hulle nie. In hierdie titel openbaar hy die stiller en dieper mens binne om, die dieper mens wat so dikwels alleen in die aand by sy kampvuur sit. Hy kom tot die besef dat die mens in sy diepste wese eensaam is, en bly tot die einde toe. En vir die eerste keer maak hy vrede met homself en kan in die aand rustig gaan slaap.

Die Siel Van Die Mier (Afrikaans, Paperback): Eugene N. Marais Die Siel Van Die Mier (Afrikaans, Paperback)
Eugene N. Marais; Edited by J C Kannemeyer
R182 Discovery Miles 1 820 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Sedert die tweede druk van die tweede uitgawe in 1975 was Die siel van die mier egter slegs as ín skaars tweedehandse eksemplaar beskikbaar. Hierdie uitgawe is verryk deur ín inleidende besinning oor die vraag of Maeterlinck, die Belgiese Nobelpryswenner, Marais se teorie oor die termietnes as organiese eenheid oorgeneem het. Origens blyk dit uit die verskillende drukke en uitgawes hoe Afrikaans in die jare twintig van die twintigste eeu nog op weg was om ín wetenskaplike woordeskat te vind en die addendum bevat artikels wat vandag slegs met moeite uit ou tydskrifte en koerante opgediep kan word.

Beyond the Secret Garden - The Life of Frances Hodgson Burnett (with a Foreword by Jacqueline Wilson) (Paperback): Ann Thwaite Beyond the Secret Garden - The Life of Frances Hodgson Burnett (with a Foreword by Jacqueline Wilson) (Paperback)
Ann Thwaite
R275 R233 Discovery Miles 2 330 Save R42 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The definitive and revealing biography of the author of The Secret Garden. Frances Hodgson Burnett's favourite theme in her fiction was the reversal of fortune, and she herself knew extremes of poverty and wealth. Born in Manchester in 1849, she emigrated with her family to Tennessee because of the financial problems caused by the cotton famine. From a young age she published her stories to help the family make ends meet. Only after she married did she publish Little Lord Fauntleroy that shot her into literary stardom. On the surface, Frances' life was extremely successful: hosting regular literary salons in her home and travelling frequently between properties in the UK and America. But behind the colourful personal and social life, she was a complex and contradictory character. She lost both parents by her twenty-first birthday, Henry James called her "the most heavenly of women" although avoided her; prominent people admired her and there were many friendships as well as an ill-advised marriage to a much younger man that ended in heartache. Her success was punctuated by periods of depression, in one instance brought on by the tragic loss of her eldest son to consumption. Ann Thwaite creates a sympathetic but balanced and eye-opening biography of the woman who has enchanted numerous generations of children.

Vertelkunde (Afrikaans, Paperback): Andre P. Brink Vertelkunde (Afrikaans, Paperback)
Andre P. Brink
R110 Discovery Miles 1 100 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Readers' Room (Paperback): Antoine Laurain Readers' Room (Paperback)
Antoine Laurain; Translated by Emily Boyce, Jane Aitken, Polly Mackintosh
R284 R235 Discovery Miles 2 350 Save R49 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'The plot blends mystery with comedy to great effect'- Daily Mail 'A profound love of books and authors underpins this sprightly mystery' - Publishers Weekly 'A quirky, clever mystery with a unique plot' - Candis 'Another winner for Laurain' - European Literature Network When the manuscript of a debut crime novel arrives at a Parisian publishing house, everyone in the readers' room is convinced it's something special. And the committee for France's highest literary honour, the Prix Goncourt, agrees. But when the shortlist is announced, there's a problem for editor Violaine Lepage: she has no idea of the author's identity. As the police begin to investigate a series of murders strangely reminiscent of those recounted in the book, Violaine is not the only one looking for answers. And, suffering memory blanks following an aeroplane accident, she's beginning to wonder what role she might play in the story ... Antoine Laurain, bestselling author of The Red Notebook, combines intrigue and charm in this dazzling novel of mystery, love and the power of books.

Middlemarch (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition): George Eliot Middlemarch (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition)
George Eliot; Edited by David Carroll; Introduction by David Russell
R263 R241 Discovery Miles 2 410 Save R22 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'the growing good of the world is partly dependent on unhistoric acts' The greatest 'state of the nation' novel in English, Middlemarch addresses ordinary life at a moment of great social change, in the years leading to the Reform Act of 1832. Through her portrait of a Midlands town, George Eliot addresses gender relations and class, self-knowledge and self-delusion, community and individualism. Eliot follows the fortunes of the town's central characters as they find, lose, and rediscover ideals and vocations in the world. Through its psychologically rich portraits, the novel contains some of the great characters of literature, including the idealistic but naive Dorothea Brooke, beautiful and egotistical Rosamund Vincy, the dry scholar Edward Casaubon, the wise and grounded Mary Garth, and the brilliant but proud Dr Lydgate. In its whole view of a society, the novel offers enduring insight into the pains and pleasures of life with others, and explores nearly every subject of concern to modern life:. art, religion, science, politics, self, society, and, above all, human relationships. This edition uses the definitive Clarendon text.

Native American Stories (Paperback): Joseph Bruchac, Michael J Caduto Native American Stories (Paperback)
Joseph Bruchac, Michael J Caduto; As told by Joseph Bruchac
R410 R340 Discovery Miles 3 400 Save R70 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A collection of Native American tales and myths focusing on the relationship between man and nature.

Nature Via Nurture - Genes, Experience and What Makes Us Human (Paperback, New ed): Matt Ridley Nature Via Nurture - Genes, Experience and What Makes Us Human (Paperback, New ed)
Matt Ridley 2
R288 R220 Discovery Miles 2 200 Save R68 (24%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Acclaimed author Matt Ridley's thrilling follow-up to his bestseller Genome. Armed with the extraordinary new discoveries about our genes, Ridley turns his attention to the nature versus nurture debate to bring the first popular account of the roots of human behaviour. What makes us who we are?In February 2001 it was announced that the genome contains not 100,000 genes as originally expected but only 30,000. This startling revision led some scientists to conclude that there are simply not enough human genes to account for all the different ways people behave: we must be made by nurture, not nature. Matt Ridley argues that the emerging truth is far more interesting than this myth. Nurture depends on genes, too, and genes need nurture. Genes not only predetermine the broad structure of the brain; they also absorb formative experiences, react to social cues and even run memory. after the discovery of the double helix of DNA, Nature via Nurture chronicles a new revolution in our understanding of genes. Ridley recounts the hundred years' war between the partisans of nature and nurture to explain how this paradoxical creature, the human being, can be simultaneously free-willed and motivated by instinct and culture. Nature via Nurture is an enthralling, up-to-the-minute account of how genes build brains to absorb experience.

Crime and Punishment (Paperback): Fyodor Dostoevsky Crime and Punishment (Paperback)
Fyodor Dostoevsky; Translated by Nicolas Pasternak Slater; Edited by Sarah J Young
R223 R189 Discovery Miles 1 890 Save R34 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'One death, in exchange for thousands of lives - it's simple arithmetic!' A new translation of Dostoevsky's epic masterpiece, Crime and Punishment (1866). The impoverished student Raskolnikov decides to free himself from debt by killing an old moneylender, an act he sees as elevating himself above conventional morality. Like Napoleon he will assert his will and his crime will be justified by its elimination of 'vermin' for the sake of the greater good. But Raskolnikov is torn apart by fear, guilt, and a growing conscience under the influence of his love for Sonya. Meanwhile the police detective Porfiry is on his trail. It is a powerfully psychological novel, in which the St Petersburg setting, Dostoevsky's own circumstances, and contemporary social problems all play their part.

Leo Tolstoy: A Very Short Introduction (Paperback): Liza Knapp Leo Tolstoy: A Very Short Introduction (Paperback)
Liza Knapp
R127 R118 Discovery Miles 1 180 Save R9 (7%) Ships in 6 - 10 working days

War and Peace and Anna Karenina are widely recognised as two of the greatest novels ever written. Their author, Leo Tolstoy, has been honoured as the father of the modern war story; as an innovator in psychological prose and forerunner of stream of consciousness; and as a genius at using fiction to reveal the mysteries of love and death. At the time of his death in 1910, Tolstoy was known the world over as both a great writer and as a merciless critic of institutions that perpetrated, bred, or tolerated injustice and violence in any form. Yet among literary critics and rival writers, it has become a commonplace to disparage Tolstoy's "thought" while praising his "art." In this Very Short Intorduction Liza Knapp explores the heart of Tolstoy's work. Focussing on his masterpieces of fiction which have stood the test of time, she analyses his works of non-fiction alongside them, and sketches out the core themes in Tolstoy's art and thought, and the interplay between them. Tracing the continuing influence of Tolstoy's work on modern literature, Knapp highlights those aspects of his writings that remain relevant today. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.

Pioneer Horse Breeders - Coke Roberds, Si Dawson, the Peavys, Casements and Semotans (Paperback): Ed Roberts, Frank Holmes,... Pioneer Horse Breeders - Coke Roberds, Si Dawson, the Peavys, Casements and Semotans (Paperback)
Ed Roberts, Frank Holmes, Randy Witte
R775 Discovery Miles 7 750 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Unbound - A Novel (Hardcover): Christopher Osborn Unbound - A Novel (Hardcover)
Christopher Osborn
R394 R327 Discovery Miles 3 270 Save R67 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Victor, a molecular biologist for more than forty years, is looking back over his life and his glittering career. His private lab, in North London, has been responsible for a number of key breakthroughs in the treatment of autoimmune diseases - particularly Multiple Sclerosis. But now Victor is self-medicating the drug, Telo, that promises to offer a cure for aging with the muted fervour of a high-functioning white-collar junkie. UNBOUND is a meditation on the brevity and beauty of life, a love letter to the arts, a series of open and very timely questions about the nature and future of mortality in the 21st century, and a distinctive literary reboot of the gothic novel.

The Cambridge Introduction to Narrative (Hardcover, 3rd Revised edition): H.Porter Abbott The Cambridge Introduction to Narrative (Hardcover, 3rd Revised edition)
H.Porter Abbott
R1,948 Discovery Miles 19 480 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

What is narrative? How does it work and how does it shape our lives? H. Porter Abbott emphasizes that narrative is found not just in literature, film, and theatre, but everywhere in the ordinary course of people's lives. This widely used introduction, now revised and expanded in its third edition, is informed throughout by recent developments in the field and includes one new chapter. The glossary and bibliography have been expanded, and new sections explore unnatural narrative, retrograde narrative, reader-resistant narratives, intermedial narrative, narrativity, and multiple interpretation. With its lucid exposition of concepts, and suggestions for further reading, this book is not only an excellent introduction for courses focused on narrative but also an invaluable resource for students and scholars across a wide range of fields, including literature and drama, film and media, society and politics, journalism, autobiography, history, and still others throughout the arts, humanities, and social sciences.

Through the Waters - The Life and Ministry of Evangelist Willie Johnson (Paperback): Wagner Lori Through the Waters - The Life and Ministry of Evangelist Willie Johnson (Paperback)
Wagner Lori
R388 R328 Discovery Miles 3 280 Save R60 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of 'Things Fall Apart' (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2021): Desire Baloubi, Christina R.... Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of 'Things Fall Apart' (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2021)
Desire Baloubi, Christina R. Pinkston
R2,550 Discovery Miles 25 500 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This book celebrates Chinua Achebe, one of the most profound and famous African writers of our time, and his widely read masterpiece, Things Fall Apart. The novel remains a "must read" literary text for reasons the many contributors to this book make clear in their astute readings. Their perspectives offer thought provoking and critically insightful considerations for scholars of all ages, cultures and genders.

Reading: A Very Short Introduction (Paperback): Belinda Jack Reading: A Very Short Introduction (Paperback)
Belinda Jack
R231 R191 Discovery Miles 1 910 Save R40 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Today many people take reading for granted, but we remain some way off from attaining literacy for the global human population. And whilst we think we know what reading is, it remains in many ways a mysterious process, or set of processes. The effects of reading are myriad: it can be informative, distracting, moving, erotically arousing, politically motivating, spiritual, and much, much more. At different times and in different places reading means different things. In this Very Short Introduction Belinda Jack explores the fascinating history of literacy, and the opportunities reading opens. For much of human history reading was the preserve of the elite, and most reading meant being read to. Innovations in printing, paper-making, and transport, combined with the rise of public education from the late eighteenth century on, brought a dramatic rise in literacy in many parts of the world. Established links between a nation's levels of literacy and its economy led to the promotion of reading for political ends. But, equally, reading has been associated with subversive ideas, leading to censorship through multiple channels: denying access to education, controlling publishing, destroying libraries, and even the burning of authors and their works. Indeed, the works of Voltaire were so often burned that an enterprising Parisian publisher produced a fire-proof edition, decorated with a phoenix. But, as Jack demonstrates, reading is a collaborative act between an author and a reader, and one which can never be wholly controlled. Telling the story of reading, from the ancient world to digital reading and restrictions today, Belinda Jack explores why it is such an important aspect of our society. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.

The Twice-Chang'D Friar (Hardcover): Siobhan Keenan The Twice-Chang'D Friar (Hardcover)
Siobhan Keenan
R1,115 Discovery Miles 11 150 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Twice-Chang'd Friar is one of four early seventeenth-century plays preserved in a manuscript miscellany in the library of the Newdigate family of Arbury Hall, Nuneaton (Arbury Hall MS A414). The play, which appears to have been written by family member and drama lover John Newdigate III, is thought to be unique to this manuscript. This edition makes the play available in print for the first time. The Twice Chang'd Friar is an Italianate city comedy based on a tale from Boccaccio's Decameron. It tells the story of Albert, a friar who seduces Lisetta, a beautiful Venetian merchant's wife by persuading her that he is the incarnation of Cupid. Albert's plot is eventually uncovered by Lisetta's brothers, whom he escapes by disguising himself in a bear's skin. The play is a fascinating example of an amateur manuscript drama, of interest to all scholars and students of early modern drama. -- .

Sandscapes - Writing the British Seaside (Paperback, 1st ed. 2021): Jo Carruthers, Nour Dakkak Sandscapes - Writing the British Seaside (Paperback, 1st ed. 2021)
Jo Carruthers, Nour Dakkak
R397 R368 Discovery Miles 3 680 Save R29 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Sandscapes: Writing the British Seaside reflects on the unique topography of sand, sandscapes, and the seaside in British culture and beyond. This book brings together creative and critical writings that explore the ways sand speaks to us of holidays and respite, but also of time and mortality, of plenitude and eternity. Drawing together writers from a range of backgrounds, the volume explores the environmental, social, personal, cultural, and political significance of sand and the seaside towns that have built up around it. The contributions take a variety of forms including fiction and nonfiction and cover topics ranging from sand dunes to sand mining, from seaside stories to shoreline architecture, from sand grains to global sand movements, from narratives of the setting up of bed and breakfasts to stories of seaside decline. Often a symbol of aridity, sand is revealed in this book to be an astonishingly fertile site for cultural meaning.

Catafalque (Hardcover): Peter Kingsley Catafalque (Hardcover)
Peter Kingsley
R1,992 Discovery Miles 19 920 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Readers' Room (Hardcover): Antoine Laurain Readers' Room (Hardcover)
Antoine Laurain; Translated by Emily Boyce, Jane Aitken, Polly Mackintosh
R389 R322 Discovery Miles 3 220 Save R67 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'The plot blends mystery with comedy to great effect'- Daily Mail 'A profound love of books and authors underpins this sprightly mystery' - Publishers Weekly 'A quirky, clever mystery with a unique plot' - Candis 'Another winner for Laurain' - European Literature Network When the manuscript of a debut crime novel arrives at a Parisian publishing house, everyone in the readers' room is convinced it's something special. And the committee for France's highest literary honour, the Prix Goncourt, agrees. But when the shortlist is announced, there's a problem for editor Violaine Lepage: she has no idea of the author's identity. As the police begin to investigate a series of murders strangely reminiscent of those recounted in the book, Violaine is not the only one looking for answers. And, suffering memory blanks following an aeroplane accident, she's beginning to wonder what role she might play in the story ... Antoine Laurain, bestselling author of The Red Notebook, combines intrigue and charm in this dazzling novel of mystery, love and the power of books.

Rediscovery of the Ordinary - Essays on South African Literature and Culture (Paperback): Njabulo Ndebele Rediscovery of the Ordinary - Essays on South African Literature and Culture (Paperback)
Njabulo Ndebele
R210 R174 Discovery Miles 1 740 Save R36 (17%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Njabulo S. Ndebele's essays on South African literature and culture initially appeared in various publications in the 1980s. They encompass a period of trauma, defiance, and change the decade of the collapse of apartheid and the challenge of reconstructing a future. In 1991, the essays were collected under the current title of Rediscovery of the Ordinary: Essays on South African Literature and Culture. Here, this collection is reprinted without revision, together with an interview provoked by Albie Sachs paper Preparing Ourselves for Freedom. That it is possible to republish the essays without revision so many years after their first appearance is a tribute to Ndebele's prescience. The issues that he raises and the questions that he poses remain key to a people who, after apartheid, have started to rediscover the complex ordinariness of living in a civil society.

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