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IsiXhosa Interpretations of the Nongqawuse Saga: Oral Narratives and Theatrical Performances of the Nongqawuse Story
[Source - Henry Fagan for FHYA, 2021: A PhD thesis written by Sikhumbuzo Yani. It examines Nongqawuse's renown prophecy regarding the cattle killing of 1856-7 and analyses language and theatrical elements of the story and its adaptions.]
[Source - Henry Fagan for FHYA, 2021: Written by S. Yani before September 2018 in fulfilment of a PhD in the School of Language and Literatures at the University of Cape Town. This thesis was born digital. It was made availble to OpenUCT via UCT Libraries c.2019. Acquired by the FHYA in 2021 and uploaded by Benathi Marufu to FHYA in August 2021.]
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