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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

 
Les manifestes et les programmes littéraires en Afrique francophone subsaharienne : à propos de ‘l’invisibilité’ du corpus dans la critique littéraire  
Laude Ngadi M
20 September 2021

Original Research

 
Exposure to queer characters in Konigsberg’s Openly Straight through social messaging  
Matthys J. Uys, Salomé Romylos, Carisma Nel
27 August 2021

Original Research

 
The onomastic possibility of renaming the Sepedi and Sesotho sa Leboa (Northern Sotho) language names to restore peace, dignity and solidarity  
Tebogo J. Rakgogo, Evangeline B. Zungu
26 August 2021

Original Research

 
Digitale hulp vir akademiese Afrikaans – eerste lesse uit ’n ontwikkelingsprojek  
Tobie van Dyk, Henk Louw, Marlies Taljard, D.J. Cloete
29 July 2021

Original Research

 
Literary translation, symbolic development and inclusion in South Africa  
Maricel Botha
28 July 2021

Original Research

 
Agatha Christie’s Poirot novels as fairy tales: Two case studies  
Lucyna Harmon
19 July 2021

Original Research

 
De Beaumont’s Beauty and the Beast: A feminist analysis  
Monique Banks
17 June 2021

Original Research

 
Students’ perceptions of the inclusion of the English Word Power programme at one university in South Africa  
Thuli M. Makhura, Gary W. Collins, Hendrietta Segabutla, Madoda Cekiso
07 June 2021

Original Research

 
A comparative study that investigates the treatment of technical terms, acronyms and numbers in a Tsonga technical target text  
Lidon Chauke
13 May 2021

Original Research

 
Echoes of lithoko in modern Sesotho poetry: An intertextual perspective  
Ketlalemang C. Maimane, Nhlanhla Mathonsi
28 April 2021
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