n English in Africa - Self-translation, untranslatability, and postcolonial community in the autobiographies of Mpho Nthunya and Agnes Lottering
|Article Title||Self-translation, untranslatability, and postcolonial community in the autobiographies of Mpho Nthunya and Agnes Lottering|
|© Publisher:||Institute for the Study of English in Africa (ISEA)|
|Journal||English in Africa|
|Publication Date||Oct 2006|
|Pages||91 - 111|
For people in South Africa, autobiographical storytelling and writing has long been an important mode of counter-asserting the existence and value of the cultures and individual lives that state apartheid (as a special form of colonialism) attempted to occlude and even to obliterate.
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