TSEBO Volume 2 No. 3

 

Recent Submissions

  • Muringani, Bertha (National University of Lesotho: Faculty of Humanities, 2008)
    The exercise of reducing Shona to written form was undertaken by non-native speakers most of whom were Europeans. Their linguistic knowledge of their languages, whose structures are different from that of Shona, tended to ...
  • Mokuku, Molefi (National University of Lesotho: Faculty of Humanities, 2008)
  • Khati, Thekiso G. (National University of Lesotho: Faculty of Humanities, 2008)
    The inquiry investigated the structure and systematicity in bilingual code-switching (CS). It further determined whether grammatical complexity of switches and length of switched utterances can be regarded as an indication ...
  • Ekanjume, Beatrice Ilongo (National University of Lesotho: Faculty of Humanities, 2008)
    Studies on folklore (William Bascom 1954, Cox, M. 1968, Wolfgang Mieder, 1981, Perez-Stable, M. 1994, amongst others) have focused on how cultural views are expressed in societies through tales, music, dance, legends, oral ...
  • Dunton, C. (National University of Lesotho: Faculty of Humanities, 2008)
    Sierra Leonean dramatist Yulisa Amadu Maddy is one of the most radical voices on the West African stage, both in terms of the iconoclastic political orientation of his work and in terms of its dramaturgy. As Julian Spencer ...

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