2 edition of works of Thomas Mofolo found in the catalog.
works of Thomas Mofolo
Daniel P. Kunene
|Statement||by Daniel P. Kunene.|
|Series||African Studies Center, University of California, Los Angeles. Occasional paper -- no.2, Occasional paper (University of California, Los Angeles. African Studies Center) -- no. 2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
Chaka, authored by Thomas Mofolo in , remains one of the most widely read Sesotho books. The Journalist this week reflects on the life of a literary giant whose works were translated in many languages. Some missionaries were of the view that his celebration of African culture would ‘drive Africans back to Satan’. This novel is the first of many works of literature that takes the great Zulu leader, king, and emperor as its subject. The story is well-known, partly due to Mofolo but also to the works of literature by Badian, Senghor, and Mazisi Kunene. O.R. Dathorne has said, "The historical Chaka is only the impetus for Mofolo's psychological study of the nature of repudiation.".
Towards silence: Thomas Mofolo, small literatures and poor translation Despite having written three novels in the first decade of the 20th century, Thomas Mofolo has been largely ignored by historians of literature. The story of the translations of his novels, from onwards is that of misconceptions and serious misunderstandings. Daniel P. Kunene, The Works of Thomas Mofolo: Summaries and Critiques, , Los Angeles: Africa Studies Center of the University of California, , 28 p. Daniel P. Kunene, Thomas Mofolo and the emergence of written Sesotho prose, , Johannesburg: Ravan press, , p.
Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Afrikaans. Brand new Book. A brand new Afrikaans translation of Thomas Mofolo's iconic novel Chaka has recently appeared at Unisa Press academic scholars of Unisa - The University of South Africa. It was first published in Sesotho in A brand new Afrikaans translation of Thomas Mofolo's iconic novel Chaka has recently appeared at Unisa Press academic scholars of Unisa - The University of South Africa. It was first published in Sesotho in It relates the life and in particular the leadership style of the mighty Zulu king.
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Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Thomas Mokopu Mofolo (22 December – 8 September ) is considered to be the greatest Basotho author. He wrote mostly in the Sesotho language, but his most popular book, Chaka, has been translated into English and other languages/5.
Library Search. Buy subscription. Log in. Thomas Mofolo. Thomas Mofolo was born in Lesotho in He is considered to be one of the greatest of the African authors who flourished during the early 20th century.
He wrote in Sesotho for the. Oxford Read & Discover 6 Earth Then & Now MP3 Audio (Lmtd+Perp) by Mofolo, Thomas and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at MAJOR WORKS: The Traveller of the East () Pitseng () Chaka () Works of Thomas Mofolo book.
Thomas Mofolo is considered the first great author of modern African literature. Written in the Sesotho language, his three novels are concerned with the radical effect of Christian teachings on traditional African society. In the case of Thomas Mofolo's Chaka, not long.
Within 25 pages, there's a forbidden love affair, a battle over kingship, a young boy killing a lion, a magical medicine to guarantee victory in battle, and -- worth the page wait -- a giant snake that emerges from a river, wraps itself around a bather, and proclaims a prophesy of Chaka's future/5(4).
Mofolo began his career at a time when Sotho writers were deeply influenced by two works that had been translated and widely distributed by European missionaries: the Bible and John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress.
The novel was serialized in Leselinyana from January 1,until Maand, like Mofolo’s first work, was published as a book soon afterward. Most critics believe that Mofolo had. Free Online Library: Re-animating the works of Thomas Mofolo by engaging with the original Sesotho texts.(Editorial) by "Tydskrif vir Letterkunde"; Literature, writing, book reviews Authors Works Indigenous peoples Analysis Translating and interpreting Translation (Languages) Writers.
Thomas Mofolo was born in Lesotho in He was the greatest of the authors who flourished in the early part of the 20th century, writing in Sesotho for the Morija mission. Educated in the local schools of the Paris Evangelical Missionary Society, Mofolo obtained a.
Chaka is the first of many works of literature that take Shaka, the great Zulu leader, as their subject. Written in Sesotho in (though only published in ), it was an instant hit and quickly became Mofolo’s most highly regarded work.
Works of Thomas Mofolo. Los Angeles: African Studies Center, University of California, Los Angeles, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Thomas Mofolo; Thomas Mofolo; Thomas Mofolo; T M Aluko: Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Daniel P Kunene.
Chaka, authored by Thomas Mofolo inremains one of the most widely read Sesotho books. The Journalist this week reflects on the life of a literary giant whose works were translated in many languages. Some missionaries were of the view that his celebration.
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Thumbnails Document Outline Attachments. Previous. Next. Highlight all Match case. Whole words. Mofolo also wrote three other works that are deeply rooted in Christian morality. Moeti Oa Bochabela (Traveller of the East) () presents a romantic journey to the East in a quest for the truth. Why then the choice of Mofolo's work.
Antjie Krog became aware that in the list of the top hundred books written by Africans, a smaller list of twelve exceptional books was compiled. The only text by a Southern African writer on that list was not one by this area's Nobel Prize winners, but Thomas Mofolo. Thomas Mofolo's Chaka was first published in Sesotho in by the Morija Sesuto Book Depot under the auspices of the Societé des missions évangéliques de Paris.
Chaka by Thomas Mofolo is the first of many works of literature that take Shaka, the great Zulu leader as its subject. Written in Sesotho in (though only published in ), it was an instant hit and quickly became Mofolo’s most highly regarded work.
Thomas Mofolo () was a Lesothoan writer whose historical novel "Chaka" encouraged a vernacular literary movement in South Africa. Thomas Mofolo was born in Khojane on Dec. 22, He was educated in the local schools of the Paris Evangelical Missionary Society and obtained a teacher's certificate in.
Thomas Mofolo: | |Thomas Mokopu Mofolo| (22 December – 8 September ) is considered to be the World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.Thomas Mofolo (), from Lesotho, was associated with the Morija Christian mission.
This was his third novel, written in the Sesotho language; according to the translator's introduction, it was largely completed in when he left the mission, taken up /5.This novel is the first of many works of literature that takes the great Zulu leader, king, and emperor as its subject.
Get this book in print. ; Exclusive Books; ; ; Find in a library; All sellers» Chaka. Thomas Mofolo. Heinemann, - Fiction - pages. 0 Reviews. This novel is the first of many works.