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Author: Gonzalo Aguilar

And I am in the world as free and slender as a deer on the plain. Clarice Lispector , Near to the Wild Heart There cannot be a world literature, nor a “republic of letters” without a notion of foreignness. 1 By foreignness, I am referring neither to a writer’s immigration

In: Journal of World Literature
Author: Francis Musoni

produced by the Indian community in Zimbabwe, the article questions the mainstream approaches to Zimbabwean history. It interrogates the role that competing conceptions of, and contestations over foreignness played in the making of Southern Rhodesia. In doing so, the article begins with a brief discussion

In: African and Asian Studies <