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Grappling With Patriarchies

Narrative Strategies of Resistance in Miriam Tlali"s Writings (Studia Anglistica Upsaliensia)
  • 233 Pages
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  • English
Uppsala Universitet
African, African Literature, Literary Crit
The Physical Object
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ISBN 109155465161
ISBN 139789155465162

Grappling with patriarchies: narrative strategies of resistance in Miriam Tlali's writings / This book is not only a major twentieth-century contribution to Dostoevsky's studies, but also one Author: Christina.


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Miriam Tlali (11 November – 24 February ) was a South African novelist. She was the first black woman in South Africa to publish an English-language novel, Between Two Worlds, in She was also one of the first to write about of her writing was originally banned by the South African apartheid : Fiction.

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Grappling with Patriarchies. Narrative Strategies of Resistance in Miriam Tlali's Writings. Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Studia Anglistica Upsaliensia pp. Uppsala. ISBN This study is the first one devoted solely to the writings of.

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Miriam Tlali (bornJohannesburg) is a South African was the first black woman in South Africa to publish a novel. She was also one of the first to write about Soweto.

Tlali wrote Muriel at Metropolitan (, originally Between Two Worlds), a semiautobiographical later wrote other books such as Amandla (), Mihloti (), and Footprints in the Quag ().

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