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Chapter 1 Introduction

1.1 Niq Mhlongo and His Dog Eat Dog and Way Back Home

Niq Mhlongo is one of the representative literary figures of the first generation of black writers in post-apartheid South Africa. He shoulders the important role as writer in “voicing for the blacks and reshaping history”. (Obi-Young, 2018) A well-known Chinese scholar considers him as “one of the most distinguished young writers in the post-apartheid South Africa”. (Jiang, 2017) The New York Times also acclaims him as “one of the most high-spirited and irreverent new voices of South Africa’s post-apartheid literary scene”. (Donadio, 2006) His works have won him an international reputation and many important awards though he is not prolific. His Spanish version of Dog Eat Dog won the Mar de Letras Internacionale Prize in 2006. His Soweto, under the Apricot Tree won The Herman Charles Bosman prize and Nadine Gordimer prize for short stories in 2019. 


Mhlongo was born in Midway Chiawelo in Soweto on June 10, 1973, as the eighth of ten children. “His mother is from the northeast Limpopo province. His father, who was a sweeper in a post office, died when he was a teenager. After his father’s death, Mhlongo’s older brothers supported the family. He lived in Soweto as a child but was sent to Limpopo for his primary and secondary education by his parents, who wanted to safeguard him from the rising tensions in Soweto.” (Moreillon & Stiebel, 2015) “When Mhlongo was a child, there was no other ways for him to understand the world except reading. As his elder brother studied medicine at KwaZulu-Natal University, he collected many works written by African writers, including works of Ngugi wa Thiong’o, Chinua Achebe, and Ayi Kwei Armah and other African writers. These books have nourished his mind”. (Jiang, 2017) They have helped Mhlongo deeply realize the unequal relationship between Africa and the West, the erosion of native culture by Western civilization, and the profound sufferings of African people caused by colonial rule. Their emphasis on the establishment of national self-confidence and self-esteem, their criticism of the national leaders’ abuse of power as well as corruption after independence, and their reflections on colonialism and nationalism have exerted great influence on Mhlongo’s writings. 

1.2 Literature Review

Introduction to literature review can be divided into three parts. The first part will generalize the research on Niq Mhlongo’s works. The second and third part will respectively introduce relevant domestic research and foreign research on Dog Eat Dog and Way Back Home. To begin with, according to incomplete statistics, there have been about sixty articles on Mhlongo and his fiction, including book reviews, interviews, thesis, and journal articles in the past seventeen years. Apart from the sixty articles, there are some researchers who mention him as “the new and young voice of South Africa” in their papers without detailed discussion. Mhlongo’s writings do not arouse South African scholars’ interest at the beginning of their publications but are recognized by international literary circles. After the publication of his debut nove论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。

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