Joyce Johnson


In A Bewitched Crossroad, Bessie Head combines the concerns of the historian with those of the novelist and fits a comprehensive account of social and political events in Southern Africa, in the nineteenth century into an artistically devised narrative. Despite her concern with social issues and with the communal destiny, Head displays the novelist's interest both as a historical document and as a literary experiment.



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