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    Alternative afterlives : secular expeditions to the undiscovered country [1]
    Alternative worlds in Spenser's The faerie queene [1]
    The apartheid censors' responses to the works of Frantz Fanon, Amilcar Cabral and Steve "Bantu" Biko [1]
    Bearing witness to trauma : representations of the Rwandan genocide [1]
    Becoming the third generation: negotiating modern selves in Nigerian Bildungsromane of the 21st century [1]
    Between wilderness and number : on literature, colonialism and the will to power [1]
    Bodies and borders : space and subjectivity in three South African texts [1]
    Borrowing identities : a study of identity and ambivalence in four canonical English texts and the literary responses each invokes [1]
    Boundaries in cyberpunk fiction : William Gibson's Neuromancer trilogy, Bruce Sterling's Schismatrix, and Neal Stephenson's Snow crash [1]
    C. Louis Leipoldt and the making of a South African modernism [1]
    The changing face of erotica : a study of erotic literature in the works of Henry Miller, Anaïs Nin and Erica Jong [1]
    Complex urban identities : an investigation into the everyday lived realities of cities as reflected in selected postmodern texts [1]
    The confessio of an academic Ahab: or, how I sank my own disciplinary ship [1]
    Confession, embodiment and ethics in the poetry of Antjie Krog and Joan Metelerkamp [1]
    The contextual compass : a literary-historical study of three British women’s travel writing on Africa, 1797 – 1934 [1]
    De-demonising universality : transcultural dragons and the universal agent in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter and David Eddings' The Belgariad [1]
    The dialogics of satire : foci and faultlines in George Orwell's Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four [1]
    Diasporic imaginaries : memory and negotiation of belonging in East African and South African Indian narratives [1]
    Disability and masculinity in South African autosomatography [1]
    Discursive features of health worker-patient discourses in four Western Cape HIV/AIDS clinics where English is the lingua franca [1]