ANTJIE KROG, an ethics of body and otherness

: Coullie (J.L.) & Visagie (A.) eds.

R 395.00
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341 pp., paperback, Pietermaritzburg, 2014.


A collection of essays on the work of Antjie Krog.

Contributions include:
"Remembering to Forget: testimony, collective memory and the genesis of the 'new' South African nation in 'Country of My Skull'" by Judith Lűtge Coullie
"The Ethics of Infidelity in 'Country of My Skull'" by Kim Rostan
"Running With the Jackals: Antjie Krog the journalist" by Anthea Garman
"'I have a body, therefore I am': grotesque, monstrous and abject bodies in Antjie Krog's poetry" by Louise Viljoen
"The Ambiquity of the Erotic: Antjie Krog's 'Down To My Last Skin" by Christy Weyer
"'Now strangers walk that place': Antjie Krog, modernity and the making of //Kabbo's story" by Dan Wylie
"The Splendour and Misery of Translation: interview with Antjie Krog" by Ileana Dimitriu.

Judith Lűtge Coullie is Professor of English at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Publications include a collection of South African women's life writing, "The Closest of Strangers", a co-edited collection of essays on Breyten Breytenbach, "a.k.a.Breyten Breytenbach", and interviews on southern African auto/biography, "Selves in Question".
Andries Visagie is Professor in Afrikaans and Dutch literature at the University of Pretoria.