Teachers, Preachers, Non-Believers

A Social History of Zimbabwean Literature

Flora Veit-Wild


The book os out of print.


Flora Veit-Wild's study of Zimbabwean literature focuses on the social factors which contributed to its development from the 1950s to the present. She follows the ideas of Abiola Irele and other African critics regarding the importance of social contexts. Veit-Wild's information is drawn from extensive firsthand interviews which she uses liberally in the text.


... her work is an informative, significant contribution to the study of Zimbabwean writing. - Joseph McLaren, African Studies Review


Flora Veit-Wild is Professor of African Literatures and Cultures at Humboldt University, Berlin.