A City Imagined
Penguin Books, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 216 pages
In A city imagined, the editor has asked a number of South Africa's writers to produce a piece of writing in which they express their relationship to Cape Town and, above all, their sense of the unique genius or spirit of this city.
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Stephen Watson Introduction
Finuala Dowling Spring and Neap
Jeremy Cronin Creole Cape Town
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African Afrikaans Angola apartheid balcony beach beauty Blouvlei blue building Cape Point Cape Town Capetonian Castle centre childhood city's cloud colonial Coloured corner cottaging culture dark Devil's Peak District Six drive Dutch Elizabeth eyes False Bay feel flats forest fynbos hand harbour heart human imagine Jan Pierewiet Kalk Bay kind landscape Leerdam light Long Street look Main Road memory Menssink morning mother never night novel ocean once park past peninsula Percy Sledge perhaps political rain recognise remember Robben Island rock Rondebosch says my father Sea Point seems sense shacks shops Simon's Town slaves slopes smell South Africa space station story Stuttafords suburbs Table Mountain taxi there's things tourist Town's township trees Trijntje trying turn walk walls whale wind window woman wonder writing young