By Albert G. edited by Ingalls
This publication used to be written within the first 1/2 the twentieth Century, as one among 3 similar volumes.This first quantity bargains completely with: Newtonian replicate Making, Optical trying out, Workshop knowledge and Observatory constructions.
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A later essay, not forming part of the pieces collected in the 1981 and 1983 compilations I mainly deal with here, is Nkosi’s reassessment of Bloke Modisane’s reissued autobiography Blame Me On History (1990), an excellent essay in Nkosi’s most elegant and assured manner, imbued with sardonic candour and a kind of hidden compassion. ”37 It is a memorable and finely wrought piece, an example of Nkosi’s best criticism. Nkosi provides interesting perspectives on some white South African authors, both personally (Breytenbach; Fugard) and critically (Fugard; Gordimer; Paton).
Land – Metaphor for literary culture,” New Nation (13 December 1991): 8. \ Introduction xxxv ——. Letter to Nat Nakasa. File 2, Nakasa Papers, Cullen Library, University of the Witwatersrand, 23 July 1963. ——. 3–4 (2002)): 240–58. ——. Tasks and Masks: Themes and Styles of African Literature (Harlow, Essex: Longman, 1981). ——. The Transplanted Heart: Essays on South Africa (Benin City, Nigeria: Ethiope, 1975). ——. “The Wandering Subject: Exile as ‘Fetish’,” in Exile and Homecoming, ed. Susan Arndt et al.
The Wandering Subject: Exile as ‘Fetish’,” in Exile and Homecoming, ed. Susan Arndt et al. (Berlin: Humboldt University, 2005). ——. 1 (January 1989): 157–60. Shava, Piniel Viriri. A People’s Voice: Black South African Writing in the Twentieth Century (London: Zed, 1989). Visser, Nick. 1 (1976): 42–57. Worsfold, Brian. “Lewis Nkosi,” in Dictionary of Literary Biography: Twentieth Century Caribbean and Black African Writers, Third Series 157, ed. Bernth Lindfors & Reinhard Sander (Detroit MI: Gale Research, 1996): 242.
Amateur Telescope Making: book One by Albert G. edited by Ingalls