Imaginative Trespasser: Letters Between Bessie Head and Patrick and Wendy Cullinan, 1963-1977
Wits University Press, Jan 1, 2005 - Authors, Botswana - 268 pages
During her exile in Botswana, Bessie Head conducted a correspondence with the South African poet and publisher Patrick Cullinan and his wife, Wendy, that became a record of her struggle to survive her isolation, and that traces Head's discovery of her powers as a writer. This work is a commentary on Head's letters.
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