Emerging from the shadows: Changing patterns in gender matters

Schipper, Mineke
March 1996
Research in African Literatures;Spring96, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p155
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Looks at the absence of the black woman in feminist theory. Image of colonial annexation; Theories on Africa and gender; Oral and written literature on this issue; Literature in South Africa.


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