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Orkin, Martin 1985. Drama in South Africa: Gandhi in South Africa : the play. English Academy Review, 2:61-67.

Orkin, Martin 1986. Civility and the English colonial enterprise: notes on Shakespeare’s Othello. Theaoria, 68:1-14. December.

Orkin, Martin 1987a. Cruelty, King Lear, and the South African Land Act, 1913. Shakespeare Survey, 40:135-143.

Orkin, Martin 1987b. The European challenge. Scenaria, 78:47-48. July.

Orkin, Martin 1987c. Othello and the ‘plain face’ of racism. Shakespeare Quarterly, 38(2):166-188.

Orkin, Martin 1987d. Shakespeare Against Apartheid. Craighall: Ad Donker.

Orkin, Martin 1988a. Body and state in Blood Knot / The Blood Knot. South African Theatre Journal, 2(1):17-34.

Orkin, Martin 1990. “This bit of the world is ours”: Butler’s national theatre of the fifties. South African Theatre Journal, 4(2):87-98.

Orkin, Martin 1991a. Drama and the South African State. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press.

Orkin, Martin 1991b. Shakespeare and the politics of “unrest”. English Academy Review, 8:85-97.

Orkin, Martin 1992. Whose popular theatre and performance? South African Theatre Journal, 6(2):30-42.

Orkin, Martin 1993a. The politics of editing the Shakespearean text in South Africa. Current Writing, 5(1):48-59.

Orkin, Martin 1993b. Re-presenting The Tempest in South Africa (1955-1990). Shakespeare in Southern Africa, 6:45-60.

Orkin, Martin 1995. Introduction to At The Junction: Four Plays by the Junction Avenue Theatre Company. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press.

Orkin, Martin 1996. Possessing the book and peopling the text. Essays in Theatre, 15(1):45-57.

Orkin, Martin 1996b. Whose popular theatre and performance? , in Davis, Geoffrey V. & Fuchs, Anne (eds.). Theatre and Change in South Africa. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishing. 49-64.

Orkin, Martin 1997. Whose things of darkness? Reading/representing The Tempest in South Africa, in Joughin, John J. (ed.). Shakespeare and National Culture. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 142-169.

Orkin, Martin 2005. Local Shakespeares: Proximations and Power. London and New York: Routledge.

Osborne, Jane 1990. The Gumboot dance: an historical, socio-economic and cultural perspective. South African Theatre Journal, 4(2):50-79.

O’Sheel, Patrick 1978. Athol Fugard’s “Poor theatre”. Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 12:67-77. April

Oude Libertas Centre. 1977. Architect and Builder, 27(12):18-25.

Oude Libertas-sentrum: ‘n monument vir wyn. 1977. Wynboer, 552:18-25.

Oudkerk, M.E. 1993. Shakespeare in Afrikaans: A Descriptive Analysis of the Imagery in "The Tempest" An unpublished MA dissertation in Translation. University of the Witwatersrand. Johannesburg, 1993

An outsider’s impression on African drama. 1940. South African Outlook, 70:126.

Overall, Fiona Robyn 1984. The plays of Guy Menga : theatre and liberation. Unpublished master’s thesis. Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand.


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