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Devarakshanam Govinden
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Brill (July 23, 2008)
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Imagined South Africa, Volume: 1. Sister outsiders draws attention to a neglected corpus of writing in South African literary criticism

Imagined South Africa, Volume: 14. Author: Devarakshanam Govinden. Sister outsiders draws attention to a neglected corpus of writing in South African literary criticism. The focus is on the exclusion of Indian women's writings in South Africa, which must be seen as a dimension of the larger exclusion of women's writings, white and black, from South African literature in general.

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Facing forced internment in South Africa, she emigrated to Canada. Sister Outsiders': The Representations of Identity and Difference in Selected Writings by South African Indian Women. Johannesburg: Unisa Press, University of South Africa. She remained there, where she published her first novel and wrote in multiple mediums, including film, television, and CBC radio dramas. She returned to South Africa in 1994 Her first novel was Daughters of the Twilight was published in 1986, and was a runner up for the Fawcett Literature Prize.

South African literary criticism has predictably reflected the different facets of our national life, history, culture and politics. Sister outsiders - the representation of identity and difference in selected writings by South African Indian women Doctoral dissertation. However, literary critical writing on Gandhi, Satyagraha and Passive Resistance has been grossly neglected in South African literary studies, and scholarship in South Africa on Gandhi has largely focused on historical, political and socio-cultural elements pertinent to Gandhi's life and philosophy. This paper attempts, then, to draw attention to a lacuna in South African literary studies.

Sister outsiders: Representation of identity and difference in selected writings by South African Indian women. Indo-Trinidadian fiction: Female identity and creative cooking. Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics, 19, 151–184. Pretoria: Unisa Press. Dictionary of South African Indian English. Cape Town: UCT Press/Juta. The literature of the Indian diaspora: Theorising the diasporic imaginary.

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Sister outsiders’: The Representation of Identity and Difference in Selected writings of South African Indian Women by Devarakshanam Govinden (University of South Africa Press and Koninklijke Brill) Meg Samuelson. Sister Outsiders’ offers a long overdue evaluation of the place of Indian women’s writing in the South African literary corpus.

South Africa’s Indian Ocean: Boer prisoners of war in India. Social Dynamics, Vol. 38, Issue. Govinden, D. (2008) Sister Outsider: the representation of identity and difference in selected writings by South African Indian women. Pretoria: University of South Africa Press

South Africa’s Indian Ocean: Boer prisoners of war in India. Pretoria: University of South Africa Press. Green, N. (2008) ‘Saints, rebels and booksellers: Sufis in the cosmopolitan western Indian Ocean, c. 1780–1920’ in Simpson, E. and Kresse, K. (eds), Struggling with History: Islam and cosmopolitanism in the western Indian Ocean.

African Indian women – Betty Govinden  Segregation and Singularity: Politics and its context among white middle-class.

South Africa society – Chabani Mangayi  The law of commoners and kings: Narratives of a rural Transkei magistrate – Dial Ndima  Hear Our Voices: Race, gender and the status of black South Africa women – Reitu Mabokela  Sister Outsider: The representation of identity and difference in selected writings by South African Indian women – Betty Govinden  Segregation and Singularity: Politics and its context among white middle-class.

Sister outsiders draws attention to a neglected corpus of writing in South African literary criticism. The focus is on the exclusion of Indian women's writings in South Africa, which must be seen as a dimension of the larger exclusion of women's writings, white and black, from South African literature in general. The book provides an historical account of the events that contributed to the marginalisation of black literature - specifically Indian women's literature - amongst other things, the institutionalisation of English Studies which affected the reading and reception of texts written by Indian women, and the contstruction of an indigenous English literary tradition that did not include black writers as much as it did white writers of English descent, writing about South African experiences.