That "ugly word": Miscegenation and the novel in preapartheid South Africa
AffiliationChester College of Higher Education
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AbstractThis article discusses the role of miscegenation in the elaboration of racial identity in South Africa before 1948. Links and limitations between miscegenation and race change in South African English novels of this period, particularly Sarah Gertrude Millin's "God's step-children" are explored.
CitationMFS Modern Fiction Studies, 2003, 49(3), pp. 581-613
PublisherJohn Hopkins University Press
JournalMFS Modern Fiction Studies
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SponsorsThis article was submitted to the RAE2008 for the University of Chester - English Language & Literature.