Volume 21 No. 1
# Article Title Author
1 Preface Michael Chapman
2 Dennis Brutus (1924-2009) Michael Chapman
3 Last stop “Little Gujarat”: Tracking South African Indian Writers on the Grey Street Writers’ Trail in Durban Lindy Stiebel
4 Mapping a Self, Mapping Absence in Sally- Ann Murray’s Small Moving Parts Johan Jacobs
5 Fashionably Ethnic: Individuality and Heritage in Greig Coetzee’s Happy Natives Anton Krueger
6 Fossicking in the House of Love: Apartheid Masculinity in The Folly Gerald Gaylard
7 In Anticipation of Tomorrow: Globalisation and ‘Transnation’ in Mongane Wally Serote’s History is the Home Address Senayon S Olaoluwa
8 “It was my … hanslam”: Agaat as a Pastoral Evocation of Guilt and (Possibly) Forgiveness Marijke van Vuuren
9 Media, Mediums and Metaphors: The Modern South African Sangoma in Various Texts Gitte Postel
10 “Why are we suddenly talking about God?” A Spiritual Turn in Recent Critical Writing Ileana Dimitriu
11 Bona, Barometer of the Decades Thokozani Khuzwayo
12 “To Petrus”: Coetzee, Krog, Critics Michael Chapman
13 Review: Andrew Foley. 2009. The Imagination of Freedom. Johannesburg: Wits UP. Margaret Lenta
14 Review: Justin D Edwards. 2008. Postcolonial Literature: A Reader’s Guide to Essential Criticism. Palgrave Macmillan. 204pp. Michael Chapman
15 Notes on Contributors The Editors

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