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Form and themes of Mqhayi"s poetry and prose
Wandile Francis Kuse
|Statement||by Wandile F. Kuse.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 314 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||314|
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0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. A Little Book on Form is a rousing reexamination of our most enduring mode of literature from one of our greatest living poets, who “writes prose every bit as zestful, penetrating, and sure-footed as his poetry” (Booklist)/5(38).
Appendix 5: Writing an Analysis Form and themes of Mqhayis poetry and prose book a Poem, Story, or Play If you are taking a literature course, it is important that you know how to write an analysis—sometimes called an interpretation or a literary analysis or a critical reading or Author: James Sexton, Derek Soles.
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The centennial of his birth in was commemorated with a special issue of South African Outlook devoted to him (December ). There seems to be only one study devoted to his work: The Form And Themes of Mqhayi's poetry And Prose by Wandile Francis Kuse (Ph. doctoral thesis, University of Wisconsin, ).
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Submissions are now accepted year-round. We are looking for poetry and prose that exhibits a sharp attention to craft, content and form. We favor thought-provoking work, true to its own designs, with little to no regard for the arbitrary margins of genre.
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