InMusho! Zulu Popular PraisesElizabeth Gunner, an authority on Zulu literature at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London, and Mafika Gwala, a South African teacher and poet, have translated, transcribed, and annotated a wide variety of Zulu izibongo poetry. In so doing, they have revealed the incredible breadth of this traditional genre, which is usually equated with nineteenth-century epic traditions that celebrate the deeds of Shaka and the successor kings of his Zulu monarchy.
Musho!, with its extensive historical introduction, and literary commentary on Zulu poetry, is a major contribution to the field.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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