ABOUT THE JOURNAL
Literator is an influential, frequently cited, peer reviewed and open access journal. It is accredited since 1988. Literator publish research articles and essays on linguistics and literature in general but is focused on the study and comparative study of South African languages and literatures and other cultural phenomena across language, media and cultural boundaries. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

Original Research

 
Exploring Grade 8 Khelobedu-speaking learners’ writing challenges in Sepedi Home Language in Mopani District, South Africa  
Tsebo Ramothwala, Madikwa H. Segabutla, Christopher Rwodzi, Dira Thokwane
12 April 2021

Original Research

 
‘Why not follow our words bodily into the future tense?’: Life, death and posthuman bodies in Don DeLillo’s Zero K  
Adéle Nel
30 March 2021

Book Review

 
Différentes façons d’envisager la peur  
Karen Ferreira-Meyers
25 March 2021

Book Review

 
Esterhuizen en die gladde stiltes van die digkuns  
Ihette Senekal
19 March 2021

Book Review

 
Die veld van gewone taal in Afrikaans oopgeskryf  
Nina Brink
22 February 2021

Original Research

 
New approaches and strategies for teaching African children initial reading  
Martha M. Cronje
18 February 2021

Original Research

 
The Gothic genre, classical allusion and other influences in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray  
David E. Robinson
05 February 2021

Table of Contents

 
Table of Contents Vol 41, No 1 (2020)  
Editorial Office
23 December 2020

Original Research

 
Grassroots struggle: The representation of the black voice in Maishe Maponya’s The Hungry Earth (1980)  
Khaya M. Gqibitole, Shamsuddeen Bello
22 December 2020

Reviewer Acknowledgement

 
Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editorial Office
22 December 2020
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