Zhuwarara, R.; Zimunya, M.
September 1987
Research in African Literatures;Fall1987, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p340
Academic Journal
This article presents information a bibliography related to Zimbabwean literature in English. Some of the fictional works are illustrated as follows: "Going to Heaven," by Wilson Katiyo, "Coming of the Dry Season," by Charles Mungoshi, "The Polygamist," by Ndabaningi Sithole. Some of the poetical works are "Smoke and Flames," by Samuel Chimsoro, "An Acknowledgement of my Afro-American Brother," by Rua Chiri, "Quarantime Rhythms," by Mudereri Kadhani, "Zimbabwean Poetry English in English," edited by Kizito Muchemwa.


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