Old Structures, New Windows: Storytelling and Reconciliation in Post-apartheid South African Literature
This paper discusses the possibilities of storytelling and reconciliation in post-apartheid South African literature by exploring the potential of narratives to shift perspectives, bridge cultural divides and forge new identities.
||Storytelling, Narrative, Reconciliation, Truth and Reconciliation Commission, TRC, Post-apartheid Literature
The International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 1, Issue 4, pp.159-164.
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Susan Mann is a writer and researcher, currently conducting research at the Sorbonne, in Paris. She worked in the media industry for eleven years and taught at UCT's Centre for Film and Media for five. Her first novel was published by Random House in 2004 and translated into French and Swedish, and her second is due out in March 2007.
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