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Dorothy Driver

  • Major Publications
    • 2012. "The Fabulous Fifties: Short Fiction in English." Cambridge History of South African Literature. Ed Derek Attridge and David Attwell. Cambridge UP, 2012. 387-409.
    • 2011 "Zoë Wicomb and the Cape Cosmopolitan." Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa 23. 2 (2011): 93-107.
    • 2010 "The Struggle over the Sign: Writing and History in Zoë Wicomb's Art." Journal of Southern African Studies 22. 4 (2010): 523-542.
    • 2009 " ‘On these premises I am the government': Njabulo Ndebele's The Cry of Winnie Mandela and the Reconstructions of Gender and Nation." Africa Writing Europe: Opposition, Juxtaposition, Entanglement. Ed Maria Olaussen and Christina Angelfors. Cross/Cultures - Readings in the Post/Colonial Literatures in English (CC) vol. 105. Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2009. 1-38.
    • 2007 "History's Intimate Invasions: Yvonne Vera's The Stone Virgins." With Meg Samuelson. Land, Nation, Self: New Critical Approaches to Zimbabwean and Rhodesian Writing. Special edition of English Studies in Africa 50: 1 (2007).
    • 2007 "Gillian Slovo's Red Dust and the Ambiguous Articulations of Gender." Scrutiny2 12. 2 (2007): 107-122.
    • 2005 "Unruly Subjects in Southern African Fiction." Towards a Trans-Cultural Future: Literature and Society in a "Post"-Colonial World. Ed Geoffrey V. Davis et al. ASNEL Papers 9.2 Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2005. 61-67.
    • 2005 "Truth, Reconciliation, Gender: the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission and Black Women's Intellectual History." Australian Feminist Studies 20. 47 (2005): 219-229.
    • 2004. Women Writing Africa: The Southern Region. Ed M.J. Daymond, Dorothy Driver, Sheila Meintjes, Leloba Molema, Chiedza Musengezi, Margaret Orford, Nobantu Rasebotsa. New York: Feminist Press/Johannesburg: Witwatersrand UP, 2003. xxx + 554 pp.
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