"Theatre is not part of our vocabulary": Sipho Sepamla's provocation in 1981, the year of famous anti-apartheid play Woza Albert!, prompts the response, yes indeed, it is. A Century of South African Theatre demonstrates the impact of theatre and other performances-pageants, concerts, sketches, workshops, and performance art-over the last hundred years. Its coverage includes African responses to pro-British pageants celebrating white Union in 1910, such as the Emancipation Centenary of the aboli
This special edition of Don's life-changing story includes a new preface from Don about the making of the movie starring Hayden Christensen and Kate Bosworth, plus a personal update on the impact the book has had on him, his family, and the millions who have already heard his story.
Essays by students and former students attached to the FVZS Institute for Student Leadership Development at Stellenbosch University. / Essays deur studente en voormalige studente verbonde aan die FVZS Instituut vir Studenteleierskapsontwikkeling aan die Universiteit Stellenbosch.
A book of rooms, Kobus Moolman's new collection of poetry, deepens the explorations of his recent books Light and after and Left over. While their Beckett-like sparseness and doggedness is still there, A book of rooms moves into a realist-biographical narrative form.
This Roman play is one of Shakespeare's last tragedies, best known for its political and military themes.The Introduction and commentary notes open up the language, themes and ideas in this complex yet richly rewarding play for the student and teacher.
Poets have been fascinated and challenged by the sonnet ever since it was imported from Italy to England in the sixteenth century. Don Paterson, himself an adept of the form, has devised an anthology that is both a sharing of personal favourites and a celebration of high moments in the sonnet's history.
One of Shakespeare's late plays, The Winter's Tale falls into two distinct parts: the first part tragedy and the second, comedy. John Pitcher's lively introduction and commentary explores the extraordinary merging of theatrical forms in the play and its success in performance.
The definitive critical edition of Miller's tragic masterpiece featuring a comprehensive commentary together with notes and questions prepared by one of the leading international Miller experts in consultation with the author's estate.