literature

literature

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1. In your paper you want to first briefly discuss the idea that literature can be witness. When we use the term literature in” rel=”nofollow”>in this context, we mean literary texts,
not just any form of writin” rel=”nofollow”>ing. So how can literary texts – historical novels, memoirs, novels – be witness to historical events? (Thin” rel=”nofollow”>ink of the counter-argument: fiction
is not real, so how can fiction function as witness to historical events?)
2. You then want to specify what our literature is witnessin” rel=”nofollow”>ing, which is forms of apartheid. Keep in” rel=”nofollow”>in min” rel=”nofollow”>ind that we are usin” rel=”nofollow”>ing apartheid as a concept, which is why we are
able to look at a diverse range of texts (rather than focus exclusively on South African Apartheid literature). Therefore be sure to briefly discuss what apartheid
means in” rel=”nofollow”>in our context, and how literary texts can witness different forms of apartheid. Different forms of apartheid refers to the historical, political, geographical,
socio-economic differences that our texts illustrate.
3. Once you have established the connection between Literature as Witness and Literature of Apartheid, you are ready to discuss the book “Mornin” rel=”nofollow”>ings in” rel=”nofollow”>in Jenin” rel=”nofollow”>in” by Susan
Abulhawa and “Age of Iron” by J.M. Coetzee and “Night” by Elie Wiesel

Use these 3 books in” rel=”nofollow”>in this essay use no other resources but these 3 books

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