The Language of Me ePub download
by Musa E. Zulu
- ISBN: 1869140370
- ISBN13: 978-1869140373
- ePub: 1347 kb | FB2: 1783 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Ethnic & National
- Publisher: University Of KwaZulu-Natal Press (April 20, 2004)
- Pages: 116
- Rating: 4.9/5
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Musa Zulu is well-known on the motivational circuit and for his role as Director of the KwaZulu-Natal "Asiphephe" Road Safety Campaign. Disabled in a car crash at the age of 23 at the height of a promising career, he found himself faced with one of the hardest challenges that life can bring. This is the story of his battle, not to overcome, but to fully embrace his disabil Musa Zulu is well-known on the motivational circuit and for his role as Director of the KwaZulu-Natal "Asiphephe" Road Safety Campaign.
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While focusing specifically on Zulu poetry, the paper examines the conventional and historical conception of the literary muse and its re-interpretation in the context of modern African literature. The main purpose of this article is to show how the selected poems reflect a conscious re-definition and of the Western concept of the muse to suit the African (in this case Zulu) culture and belief systems.