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Charles M. Anderson, An Arrival, A Departure, A Narrative that Continues to Emerge. Literature and Medicine, 26.2 (Fall 2007):6.

Rita Barnard, Another Country: Amnesia and Memory in Contemporary South Africa. Postmodern Culture, Vol 9, Number 1, September 1998.

Brophy, Sarah, Spearey, Eileen. ‘Compassionate Leave’? HIV/AIDS and Collective Responsibility in Ingrid de Kok’s Terrestrial Things. Literature and Medicine, 26, No. 2 (2007 Fall): pp. 312-341.

Kwame Dawes, Review. ‘Ten South African Poets’ by Adam Schwartzman, World Literature Today, Vol 75, No 3/4 (Summer-Autumn 2001) pp.125-126.

Anneleen de Jong, Portraying a Story: The Narrative Function of the Human Form in Contemporary Art of South Africa. Research in African Literatures, Vol. 31, No. 4, Poetics of African Art (Winter 2000), pp. 125-138.

Sam Durrant, ‘The invention of mourning in post-apartheid literature’. Third World Quarterly, Vol 26, No 3, (2005), pp. 441-450.

Sam Durrant, “Mourning, gender and community in post-apartheid South Africa.” Unpublished paper presented at the “Memory, Narrative and Forgiveness: Reflecting on Ten Years of South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission Conference,” University of Cape Town, 22-26 November 2006.

Annie Gagiano, Adapting the National Imaginary: Shifting Identities in Three Post-1994 South African Novels. Journal of Southern African Studies, Vol. 30, No. 4, Special Issue: Writing Transition in South Africa: Fiction, History, Biography (Dec., 2004), pp. 811-824.

Colin Gardner, Negotiating Poetry: A New Poetry for a New South Africa. Theoria: A Journal of Studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, 77, (1991 May): pp.1-14.

Arjun Ghosh, Review (untitled). Postcolonial Text, Vol 3, No 3 (2007).

Shane Graham, The Truth Commission and Post-Apartheid Literature in South Africa. Research in African Literatures, Vol. 34, No. 1 (Spring, 2003), pp. 11-30.

Helen Kapstein, Review: Outsider Theory: A North American Academic Reads South Africa. Against Normalization: Writing Radical Democracy in South Africa, Anthony O’Brien. Contemporary Literature, Vol. 44, No. 3 (Autumn 2003), pp. 559-562.

Dirk Klopper, Narrative Time and the Space of the Image: The Truth of the Lie in Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s Testimony before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Poetics Today, Volume 22, Number 2, Summer 2001, pp. 453-474

Loren Kruger, Review (untitled). Writing South Africa: Literature, Apartheid, and Democracy, 1970-1995 | Negotiating the past: The Making of Memory in South Africa/ Reviewed Authors(s): Rosemary Jolly; Derek Attridge | Sarah Nuttall; Carli Coetzee. Modern Philology, Vol. 97, No. 4 (May, 2000), pp. 633-639.

Simon Lewis, Review: [untitled]. Against Normalization: Writing Radical Democracy in South Africa, ed. Anthony O’Brien. Research in African Literatures, Vol. 33, No. 4 (Winter, 2002), pp. 223-224.

Simon Lewis. Review of Ingrid de Kok’s Terrestrial Things. Humanities and Social Sciences Net (H-Net Online). February 2003.

Rob Nixon, Aftermaths. Transition, No. 72 (1996), pp. 64-78.

Robert Pinsky, Review of ‘The head of the household’. The Washington Post, October 1, 2006.

Ralph Pordzik, Nationalism, Cross-Culturalism, and Utopian Vision in South African Utopian and Dystopian Writing 1972-92. Research in African Literatures, Vol. 32, No. 3, Nationalism (Autumn 2001), pp. 177-197.

K. Price, Christiania Whitehead, Deborah Garrison, Ingrid de Kok. PN Review, Vol 26, Part 5, (2000) p.73.

Susan Eileen Spearey, “May the unfixable broken bone/ … give us new bearings”: Ethics, Affect and Irresolution in Ingrid de Kok’s A Room Full of Questions. Postcolonial Text, Vol. 4. No. 1 (2008), pp. 1-24.

Charles Sugnet, Review. Africa Today, Vol. 50, No. 2, Oral Heritage and Indigenous Knowledge, (Autumn – Winter, 2003), pp. 112-114.