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Lifela tsa litsamaea-naha (songs of travelers through the landscape) is a modern oral literary genre brought forth by Basotho migrant workers to be performed on bus, train or while walking. Those men going to the mines deal with their fears and anguish about the poverty they are leaving behind through oral performance in which they praise their own strengths, history and hopes. Lifela (pronounced [difela]) is based on the older praise songs of warriors and kings. Lifela is compared by M.I.P Mokitimi to the folk-ballads of miners in Britain: “They are songs of toil, anthems of the industrial age.” Lifela tsa litsamaea-naha poetry: A literary Analysis (p.1)
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Mannini Mokhothu's early writing was teen-aged on rocks in her home town Semonkong Village Lesotho. She later took an expedition to Cape Town and graduated with BA Communication at University of the Western Cape. Her Screen experience started at the South African School of motion picture Medium and Live performance where she studied Acting and Writing for screen. After making an entry in London to undertake MA studies at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama University of London, she is now a freelance acting coach, writer , and actress. Spotlight ID: 4379-7861-7953
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Book Description Poets Printery, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0620630132
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