HOW SOUTH AFRICAN LITERATURE GOT SQUEEZED OUT, AND THEN SLIPPED IN: ENGLISH ACADEMIC LITERARY DISCOURSE IN SOUTH AFRICA 1946–1996

Derek Barker, Leon de Kock
  • English Studies in Africa, January 2008, Taylor & Francis
  • DOI: 10.1080/00138390809485261

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