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' In exploring the power and diverse means of communication reflected in J. M. Coetzee's Foe (1986), this article considers the nature, musicality, and limitations of language - both written and oral. It investigates the sway of non-verbal communication, reflected through the spiritually liberating forms of story-making, music, dance, and ritual. Dexterity in Afro-American dances (Capoeira, Candombl , and Calypso) is contemplated with regard to Foe's Bahian setting and Friday's performing abilities.' (Publication abstract)

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