Fantasy and Reality in African Novels: A Study of Sello Duiker’s The Hidden Star

Furthermore, the experiences of Nolitye in The Hidden Star become more appropriate in a postcolonial society of South Africa which is steeped with Western urban culture. In this novel, Duiker carefully sets Western urban culture against indigenous rural culture. It…

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