Prisoner of Venda Notes - Research Papers - 1408 Words
Prisoners of Venda culture | The Citizen
Robertson’s presentation of the country of Venda as one in which the course of justice is often manipulated via the implementation of outdated British laws - remnants of the colonial history of the country - conflicts with his assertion that the justice system must remain independent of the Government. Robertson from the outset, presents the country of Venda as one in which the course of justice is often absurd. This is achieved via Robertson’s choice for the title of the chapter, The Prisoner of Venda, which is a pun on the title of a fictional adventure novel, The Prisoner of Zenda. Robertson's textual form however is also important. At the start of the chapter, he gives overview and context of...
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feel free to ask me any questions or send a pm if you need help! Hi, I was wandering whether you could give me some notes on Micheal X and Prisoner of Venda.