Beyond the threshold : explorations of liminality in literature / edited by Hein Viljoen & Chris N. van der Merwe.
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- ISBN: 9781433100024 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- ISBN: 1433100029 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- Physical Description: vi, 272 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, c2007.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Interfaces and liminal spaces: survival and regeneration in Ingrid Winterbach's Niggie (Cousin) / Heilna du Plooy -- Liminal spaces and imaginary places in The bone people by Keri Hulme and The folly by Ivan Vladislavic / Marita Wenzel -- From the cauldron of colored experiences : liminality and elusive communitas in four novels by South African colored writers / Denis-Constant Martin -- The story of the absent feet : a narrative of revealing and concealing / Chris N. van der Merwe -- Diotima and the matrixial transference : psychoanalytical encounter-event as pregnancy in beauty / Bracha L. Ettinger -- The Africa they knew : South African poetry in international context : the case of Roy Campbell and William Plomer / Phil van Schalkwyk -- "Life?" : modernism and liminality in Douglas Livingstone's A littoral zone / Etienne Terblanche -- The liminal space between the species in Peter Hoeg's The woman and the ape / Naama Harel -- Journeys from the liminal to the sacred in the interior of South Africa / Hein Viljoen -- Subverting the pastoral : the transcendence of space and place in J.M. Coetzee's Disgrace / Susan Smit-Marais and Marita Wenzel -- The poet in transit : travel poems and liminality in Lykdigte (Elegies) and Ruggespraak (Consultation) by Joan Hambidge / Adele Nel -- Writing takes place in wrestling the self down : strategies of reconciliation in Kleur kom nooit alleen nie (Color never comes on its own) by Antjie Krog / Marlies Taljard.
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|Subject:||South African literature (English) > History and criticism.
Afrikaans literature > 20th century > History and criticism.
Liminality in literature.