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Antjie Krog : an ethics of body and otherness / edited by Judith Lütge Coullie and Andries Visagie.

Publication:
Scottsville : University of Kwazulu-Natal Press, 2014.
Format/Description:
Book
xviii, 341 pages : portrait ; 22 cm
Subjects:
Krog, Antjie -- Criticism and interpretation.
Contents:
Remembering to forget : testimony, collective memory and the genesis of the 'new' South African nation in Country of My Skull
The ethics of infidelity in Country of My Skull
Country of My Skull, the transmission of testimony, and the democratisation of pedagogy
Antjie Krog and the accumulation of 'media meta-capital'
'I have a body, therefore I am' : grotesque, monstrous and abject bodies in Antjie Krog's poetry
The mother as pre-text : (auto)biographical writing in Antjie Krog's A Change of Tongue
The ambiguity of the erotic : Antjie Krog's Down To My Last Skin
Running with the jackals : Antjie Krog the journalist
'Now strangers walk in that place' : Antjie Krog, modernity and the makking of //Kabbo's story
Writing the Medea myth in a new context : Tom Lanoye, Antjie Krog and Mamma Medea / Andries Visagie
The splendour and misery of translation : interview with Antjie Krog
'Inhabiting' the translator's habitus : Antjie Krog as translator
A question of ethics in There Was a Goat : Investigating the Truth Commission testimony of Notrose Nobomvu Konile.
Notes:
Includes bibliographies and index.
Contributor:
Coullie, Judith Lütge.
Visagie, Andries.
Krog, Antjie.
ISBN:
9781869142537
1869142535
OCLC:
871319379
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