4 edition of The Drum Decade found in the catalog.
by Univ of Natal Pr
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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The Drum Decade book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Presents a selection of more than 30 of the stories that appeared in Drum during the s.
They depict the danger, the poverty and the glamour of Sophiatown, where the New African, the tsotsi, the jazz musician, the journalist and the writer, affirmed identity and style and refused to submit to the government's determination to 'retribalize'.
: Drum Decade-The 2nd Edition: Stories from the 's (): University Of KwaZulu-Natal Press, University Of KwaZulu-Natal Press: BooksCited by: [ book list ] contents introducti. Drum magazine remains a feature of South African life. So do its stories of the s.
These stories by black writers pitted an urbane, ironic, a tough city style ¾ that of the jazz musician, the journalist, the tsotsi, the crime writer ¾ against the retribalising obsessions of apartheid. Steve Vickers: The book is an expansive look at not only the first decade of Drum Corps International's history, but also an interesting view of what led up to the formation of the organization by way of what the activity was like during the s.
Drum book. Read 19 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The world of DRUM is a world of brutality, lust and miscegenation where chain /5.
"Drum" was launched as a popular magazine in the s and quickly came to reflect the image and interests of the urban African. Several of its writers established themselves as important figures in South African literature and their writings are well known today in South Africa and overseas: Es'kia Mphalele, Can Themba, Richard Rive, James.
little collection ˚e Drum Decade. ˜is is actually the second edition of a book ﬁrst published inwith a new introduction by John Matshikiza, son of Todd Matshikiza, one of the earliest writers for the magazine.
˚e Drum Decade includes stories by all of the above-mentioned authors,Author: Shane Graham. Sample pages from the book "Drum Corps International The First Decade ()". Written by Nicholas Waerzeggers with editing and design by Steve Vickers.
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Drumopedia is a book that works complementary to the book Rhythm A Drum Book for Beginners. From the Back Cover DrumOpedia presents an encouraging, extensive, step-by-step way to learn some of the most popular beats and rhythms in a multitude of traditional and modern styles to include rock, pop, jazz, blues, funk, latin, double bass, and /5(54).
The Drum Decade includes stories by all of the above-mentioned authors, as well as pieces by other well-known writers like Alex La Guma, Henry Nxumalo, Nat Nakasa, and Casey Motsisi.
Some of the stories are readily available elsewhere--those by Rive, Mphahlele, and Modisane, for instance--but it is illuminating to see them in their original.
Presents a selection of more than 30 of the stories that appeared in "Drum" during the s. They depict the danger, the poverty and the glamour of Sophiatown, where the. 15 Drum Books for Intermediate and Advanced Drummers.
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The negritude movement had Présence Africaine; the Harlem Renaissance had Crisis and Opportunity; South African writers of the s had Drum magazine.
Paul Gready has written that Drum’s “flashy muck-raking journalistic style attempted to capture the vivid life of the townships. Drum became a symbol of a new urban South Africa” (); for Rob Nixon, it “amplified the voices of a Author: Shane Graham.
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