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The Poetry of Shaaban Robert

Clement Ndulute

The Poetry of Shaaban Robert

by Clement Ndulute

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Published by Dar Es Salaam Univ Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poetry & poets,
  • African,
  • Poetry,
  • English

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13214417M
    ISBN 109976602316
    ISBN 109789976602319

    studying Shaaban Robert's use of allegory, we would have made a point from which later studies in the Kiswahili writer's use of allegory may take off. Shaaban Robert has twenty books to his name of which the authorship spans over a period of approximately thirty years. It is possible that these years wit­ ness a change of perspective and style. Interview - Early this year, former President Ali Hassan Mwinyi launched a book containing the personal letters of Shaaban Robert, Tanzania's leading poet and writer. The book was published by the.

      Shaaban Robert Secondary School invites applications from qualified and experienced Tanzanian teachers to be part of our team. QUALIFICATION: Candidates should have preferably a Post Graduate Degree with Education; at least three years’ experience in teaching the subjects at both “O” level and “A” level NECTA and experience in co. (–62). The work of popular Swahili author Shaaban Robert ranges from poetry to essay to didactic tale, influenced in style by the Asian tradition. Robert was a strong supporter of the movement to preserve African verse traditions. Robert was born on Jan. 1, , in the village of Vibamba, near Tanga in German East Africa (now in Tanzania).

    What has the author Shaaban Robert written? Kyle Mckinney. in Higher Education. follow. followin. 1 answer. A utopian novel by Shaaban Robert (), born in Tanga, Tanzania, the founding father of modern Swahili literature. Written in the era of late colonial Tanzania, "Kusadikika” is a fascinating allegorical novel/narrative criticising the abuse of political power and colonialism in general and representing an audacious plea for human rights.


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The Poetry of Shaaban Robert by Clement Ndulute Download PDF EPUB FB2

Shaaban Robert was, above all, a poet. As noted on the back cover of this volume, “ the poems appearing here cover the entire spectrum of human existence: youth and old age, morality and religion, politics, the beauty and signification of national phenomena as well as love and the nature of man.”—Cover p.

Call Number: PLR   The Poetry of Shaaban Robert by Clement Ndulute (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

The digit and digit formats both by: 3. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm: Responsibility: Shaaban Robert ; selected and translated by Clemet Ndulute. Shaaban bin Robert; Clement Lupyano Ndulute: Publisher: Dar es Salaam: Dar es Salaam University Press, Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

Subjects: Robert, Shaaban bin, -- -- Critique et interprétation. More like this: Similar Items. Shaaban Robert, (born JanuaryTanga, German East Africa—died JDar es Salaam, Tanganyika), popular Swahili was the product of two cultures—his father was a Christian, but Shaaban returned to work ranges from poetry to essay and didactic tale, influenced in style by the Oriental tradition.

Many poems follow the form of utendi verse (used for. Shaaban Bin Robert is the author of Kusadikika ( avg rating, 20 ratings, 1 review, published ), Maisha Yangu Na Baada Ya Miaka Hamsini ( avg /5.

Shaaban Robert. Shaaban Robert is to the Swahili language what Shakespeare was to English. Acclaimed as the national poet, his publications have always been the touchstone of beauty of language, purity of spirit, and deep wisdom informed by African and Swahili culture in particular, but imbued with respect for and understanding of other cultures.

Buy Poetry of Shaaban Robert by Clement Ndulute from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £   Yet Sheikh Shaaban Bin Robert was a humble primary school dropout, who worked his way to the high table of Swahili literature and culture.

Variously described as the poet laureate, father and Shakespeare of Kiswahili, so enamoured of his works was Tanzania’s founding President Julius Nyerere, that he took it upon himself to popularise them. Shaaban Bin Robert was himself a grand literary paradox who traversed the genres with the agility of a rarely gifted artist.

With very little formal education, he was at once an essayist, a poet. Shaaban Robert is to the Swahili language what Shakespeare was to English. Acclaimed as the national poet, his publications have always been the touchstone of beauty of language, purity of spirit, and deep wisdom informed by African and Swahili culture in particular, but imbued with respect for and understanding of other cultures.

Shaaban Robert. Shaaban Robert () is considered by many to be the greatest author to have written in the Swahili language. Shaaban bin ("son of") Robert was born January 1,in the tiny village of Vibamba south of the town of Tanga in northeastern Tanzania (then Tanganyika) in East Africa.

Shaaban Robert’s criticism through his works, however, was usually and understandably veiled in parables and allegorical symbolism. It was only. The Poetry of Shaaban Robert by Clement Ndulute, AprilDar Es Salaam Univ Pr edition, Paperback in EnglishCited by: 3.

Please click button to get shaaban robert book now Kusadikika. Author by: n bin Robert - WikipediaShaaban bin Robert, also known as Shaaban Robert (1 January 20 June ), was a Tanzanian poet, author, and essayist who supported the preservation n Bin Robert - AbeBooksKusadikika; Diwani ya Shaaban 2; by.

Shaaban Robert has been called both the "poet laureate of Swahili" and the "Father of Swahili" for his work as a literary figure and champion of the Swahili language. Much of what we know of his life comes from a two-part autobiographical work published in Swahili in Maisha Yangu na Baada ya Miaka Hamsini (My Life and After Fifty Years).

Among the greatest Swahili poets are Ali Koti, Bwana Mwengo, Muyaka bin Haji, Mwana Kupona, Shaaban Robert, Ahmed Sheikh Nabhany, Amiri Sudi Andanenga, Abdilatif Abdalla, and Haji Gora Haji, one of whose poems, "Kimbunga," I am presenting here, with my English translation. A prolific writer, Haji Gora Haji has published poetry, fiction, a.

Washairi wenzake walikuwa akina Shaaban Robert, Mathias Mnyampala, Sheikh Kaluta Amri Abedi, Hassan Mbega, Mdanzi Hanasa na Mahmood Hamdouny na wote hawa walithamini sana ushairi wake.

A collection of Swaili poems by one of the best known and admired poet, Khamis Amani Nyamaume. The Music Lesson A Spiritual Search for Growth Through Music, Victor L. Wooten, Apr 1,Self-Help, pages. From Grammy-winning musical icon and legendary bassist Victor L.

Wooten. Diwani Ya Shaaban book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(3). Shaaban Robert ( words) () was the foremost Swahili poet of his generation, if not of the past three centuries.

He also had a profound influence on contemporary Swahili prose writing. He was born at Machui, a village south of Tanga on the Tanzanian coast, the son of a Yao settler from Malawi and a local Digo mother.I have certainly enjoyed this book and have benefited a lot from the lessons contained.

Contents. SURA Ukurasa I Mfalme Rai moyo moyoni mwake msichana Mwelekevu mwenyewe Nahodha ndugu zake walikuwa neno nuru nyoka nyuso kwa viganja pacha radi Rai alikuwa SHAABAN ROBERT shilingi tamaa tandu tatu Ughaibu ugunduzi usiku utajiri uzuri viganja Reviews: 1.Shaaban Robert aliyekuwa mshairi na mtu nzi wa nathari katika Fasihi ya Kisw ahili, na kuishi kati ya na nchini Tanganyika, katika nyakati za utawala wa Kijerumani, Kiingereza na.