Browsing Research Articles (Afrikaans) by Title

Browsing Research Articles (Afrikaans) by Title

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  • Stander, Jan (Tydskrif vir Letterkunde Assosiasie, 2011)
    Tydskrif vir Letterkunde was founded in 1936 as the Jaarboek van die Afrikaanse Skrywerskring (Yearbook of the Afrikaans Writers' Circle). This article explores the history of the Skrywerskring and its journal, particularly ...
  • Grebe, Heinrich Philip (Afrikaanse Letterkundevereniging, 2009-09)
    This article sprung from practical problems experienced during the translation of three chapters of Bordewijk’s short novel Bint. The reasons for translating a part of this text are discussed. This is followed by a ...
  • Willemse, Hein (Heinrich Stephen Samuel) (Tydskrif vir Letterkunde Assosiasie, 2010)
    The reviewer identifies three disparate texts, Koos Malgas Sculptor of the Owl House (Julia Malgas and Jeni Couzyn, 2008), The Black Countess (R. E. van der Ross, 2008) and Die verhaal van Elandskloof (“The Story of ...
  • Burger, Willie (Tydskrif vir Letterkunde Assosiasie, 2003)
    In a number of reviews and articles published in the 1940's Herman Charles Bosman expressed his appreciation for the Afrikaans language and for Afrikaans literature. He fiercely attacked what he described as a tendency in ...
  • Webb, Victor N. (CSSALL Publishers, 2010)
    The main issue dealt with in the article is the case for the retention of Afrikaans as a language of higher education. Given its association with apartheid, the attempts to impose it on black learners in the 1970s, its ...
  • Jordaan, Annette Marie (Afrikaanse Letterkundevereniging, 2005)
    The article researches a link between (Afrikaner) myths and the reflection of these myths in biographical and autobiographical works of prominent Afrikaners of the twentieth century. Within this context the term 'myth' is ...
  • Burger, Willie (Bureau for Scholarly Journals, 2000-04)
    In Marlene van Niekerk's Triomf "wall paper" becomes a central metaphor for the idea that language, narratives, ideologies, religion etc. are lies, because it leads to generalisations. These generalisations deny "reality" ...
  • Willemse, Hein (Heinrich Stephen Samuel) (Tydskrif vir Letterkunde Assosiasie, 2015)
    Ek het die opdrag om oor André P. Brink en ideologie te praat.1 Met ideologie verstaan ons gewoonlik die idees, of die belange en waardes waarmee elkeen van ons, of die groepe waarin ons ons bevind, ons wêreld beding. ...
  • Willemse, Hein (Heinrich Stephen Samuel) (Afrikaanse Letterkundevereniging, 2005)
    This article takes as its subject Vernon February (1938-2002), one of the first black South African, and more specifically black Afrikaans literary scholars. Self-exiled in the early 1960s to the Netherlands he concentrated ...
  • Ohlhoff, Heinrich (Carl Heinrich Friedrich) (Tydskrif vir Letterkunde Assosiasie, 1981)
    No abstract available
  • Marx, Hannelie (Tydskrif vir Letterkunde Assosiasie, 2004)
    This essay investigates the relationship between memory, or rather amnesia, in the South African context and soap opera. South Africa has only recently celebrated ten years of democracy and the past still affects the lives ...
  • Ohlhoff, Heinrich (Carl Heinrich Friedrich) (Tydskrif vir Letterkunde Assosiasie, 1980)
    No abstract available
  • Phaladi, Tswaledi John (South African Asociation for Language Teaching, 2009-06)
    This article reports on a case study undertaken amongst Grade 11 and 12 learners of Afrikaans as additional language at a high school in the Limpopo Province. The point of departure of the article is the importance, on ...
  • Jordaan, Annette Marie (Afrikaanse Letterkundevereniging, 2012-03)
    The experience of being marginalised may take on many forms. It may be as a result of certain values that society attaches to aspects such as gender, race, social standing, physical disabilities or sexual orientation. A ...
  • Zajas, Pawel (Southern African Association of German, 2013)
    This article critically investigates correspondence between Leipzig publisher, Anton Kippenberg and Austrian author and literary adviser Stefan Zweig. None of the letters, which date from WWI, have been published before. ...
  • Visagie, Andries (Suid-Afrikaanse Vereniging vir Neerlandistiek, 2003)
    This article interrogates the representation of masculine subjectivity in autobiographical writing. In her book Autobiography Linda Anderson (2001) argues that insofar as autobiography has been seen as presenting a ...
  • Burger, Willie (Suid Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap & Kuns, 2012-03-01)
    Over the last few decades postmodernist literature and criticism have rejected the idea of a white, western, male monoculture. Elements of Derridean and Foucauldian thought have penetrated to every level of literary ...
  • Van Niekerk, Jacomien (Jacomina) (Tydskrif vir Letterkunde Assosiasie, 2007)
    This article explores praise poems as biographical documents. Antjie Krog's poem "pryslied" ("praise poem"), written in reaction to Nelson Mandela's presidential inauguration, is compared to two Xhosa praise poems performed ...
  • Pieterse, Henning Jonathan, 1960- (Tydskrif vir Letterkunde Assosiasie, 2015)
    All human beings are born; that is a biological given. Some have the great fortune to be reborn on various other levels during their lifetime—philosophical, religious, political, creative and many other levels of ...
  • Jordaan, Annette Marie (Afrikaanse Letterkundevereniging, 2009-03)
    In the article the focus is on the manner in which the blue gum tree has often figured in one way or another as a metaphor in the discourse about language politics and languagerelated issues around Afrikaans. The concepts ...