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dc.contributor.authorBarrios Herrero, Olga
dc.identifier.citationBarrios Herrero, O. (1997). Black Consciousness Theater in South Africa and the Committed Artist: Maishe Maponya’s Gansters. En Olga Barrios and Bernard W. Bell ( Eds. ), Contemporary Literature in the African Diaspora (pp. 141-149). Salamanca: Dpto. de Filología Inglesa, Universidad de Salamanca.es_ES
dc.description.abstract[ES] Este ensayo muestra el compromiso de Maishe Maponya como artista del Movimiento de Concienciación Negra en Sudáfrica durante los años setenta y ochenta del siglo pasado en todas sus obras, especialmente en su obra teatral Gangsters. El claro mensaje de Rasechaba, protagonista de la obra, es que los mártires, cantantes y poetas están guiados siempre por el pueblo. [EN] This article shows Maishe Maponya’s commitment as a Black Consciousness artist in South Africa during the 1970s and 1980s in all his works, especially in his theatre play Gangsters. The distinct message given by Rasechaba, main character of the play, is that the martyrs, singers and poets are always led by the people.es_ES
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dc.subjectMaishe Maponyaes_ES
dc.subjectBlack South African Theatrees_ES
dc.subjectTeatro negro sudafricanoes_ES
dc.subjectBlack Consciousness Movementes_ES
dc.titleBlack Consciousness Theaater in South Africa and the Committed Artist: Maishe Maponya’s Gansterses_ES
dc.subject.unesco6203.10 Teatroes_ES

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