Order type: EssaySubject: LiteratureAcademic level: UndergraduateStyle: MLA

1. In your paper you want to first briefly discuss the idea that literature can be witness. When we use the term literature in this context, we mean literary texts, not just any form of writing. So how can literary texts – historical novels, memoirs, novels – be witness to historical events? (Think of the counter-argument: fiction is not real, so how can fiction function as witness to historical events?)2. You then want to specify what our literature is witnessing, which is forms of apartheid. Keep in mind that we are using apartheid as a concept, which is why we are able to look at a diverse range of texts (rather than focus exclusively on South African Apartheid literature). Therefore be sure to briefly discuss what apartheid means in our context, and how literary texts can witness different forms of apartheid. Different forms of apartheid refers to the historical, political, geographical, socio-economic differences that our texts illustrate.3. Once you have established the connection between Literature as Witness and Literature of Apartheid, you are ready to discuss the book “Mornings in Jenin” by Susan Abulhawa and “Age of Iron” by J.M. Coetzee and “Night” by Elie WieselUse these 3 books in this essay use no other resources but these 3 books