Research on S.A. literature and race relations
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Research on S.A. literature and race relations report on a seminar held by CENSAL, Johannesburg, 25 May 1984 by

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Published by Human Sciences Research Council in Pretoria .
Written in English



  • South Africa


  • South African literature -- History and criticism -- Congresses.,
  • South Africa -- Race relations -- Congresses.

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Afrikaans and English.

Other titlesNavorsing oor S.A. literatuur en rasseverhoudinge.
Statementeditors, Temple Hauptfleisch ... [et al.] = Navorsing oor S.A. literatuur en rasseverhoudinge : verslag van "n seminaar deur SENSAL gereël, Johannesburg, 25 Mei 1984 / redakteurs, Temple Hauptfleisch ... [et al.].
SeriesCensal/Cesat report ;, no. 1 =, Sensal/Sesat-verslag ;, nr. 1, Censal/Cesat report ;, no. 1.
ContributionsHauptfleisch, Temple., Centre for SA Literature Research (South Africa)
LC ClassificationsPL8014.S6 R47 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination50 p. :
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2079063M
ISBN 100796903379
LC Control Number88114529

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