History, politics and dogs in Zimbabwean literature, c.1975-2015

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Dande, Innocent; Swart, Sandra;
  • Publisher: Tydskrif vir Letterkunde Association, Department of Afrikaans, University of Pretoria
  • Subject: literature | politics | Zimbabwe | dogs

Zimbabwean fiction writers have engaged with dogs as objects, subjects and even actors. This essay focuses on the pivotal forty-year period between 1975 and 2015, which saw the end of white rule, the rise of an independent African state and the collapse of that state. I... View more
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