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Beyond 2000

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Price: R 325
Publication Date: 2011-09-05
Binding: Softcover
ISBN: 978 1 86914 212 4
Width: 170
Height: 240
Pages: 512


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The Mercury
Tuesday November 29 2011
By Lunga Memela

New book focuses on what’s happening in SA literature

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Review by Ken Barris
Cape Times 03 February 2012

In-depth look at SA literature In 2005, Leon de Kock – respected academic, poet, novelist and translator – published an article that explored ways of understanding SA literature one decade after the end of apartheid.

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Review by Craig Mackenzie
Mail & Guardian
February 10, 2012

Beyond the silos of South African literature

As its striking cover image suggests, this substantial offering from UKZN Press is very much about the now. Its 400 pages, divided into 17 chapters and an introduction, survey an array of current topics and genres in South African literature from poetry, prose and drama to autobiography, diasporic literature, gay or alternative writing, eco-literature and much more.

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This book considers what, in South Africa, is being published and how we may value what is being published, now. ‘Now’ is not only post-apartheid, or after the Truth Commission – the familiar signposts – but beyond both Antjie Krog’s Country of my Skull (1998), the TRC marker, and J.M. Coetzee’s Disgrace (1999), a book that for many, including arguably its author, marks a point of no return in its Afro-pessimism.

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