Just over a century ago, Specimens of Bushman Folklore first appeared in print. A project of Wilhelm Bleek, Lucy Lloyd, ||kabbo, Dia!kwain, and several of their kin, that book first brought the oral traditions of the |xam to the attention of the public. The Courage of ||kabbo is a collective testimony to the enduring value of the Bleek and Lloyd archive to research in the fields of rock art studies, linguistics, literature and folklore. The spirit of ||kabbo and the |xam, as well as the dedication of Lucy Lloyd and Wilhelm Bleek, live on in this publication which adds to the archive of knowledge and reveals the power of voices from the past to evoke intellectual and creative responses in the present.
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|Size: ||10.6 MB|
|Publisher: ||University of Cape Town Press|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781775821113 (DRM-PDF)|
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