A Literary Guide to the Eastern Cape: Places and the Voices of Writers
Juta and Company Ltd, 2003 - Authors, South African - 402 pages
The Eastern Cape is a country of great natural beauty and tourist potential, and has produced a wealth of writers and writings that have responded to the landscape in a variety of interesting and enjoyable ways.
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