Literature and the Pressures of Freedom: Essays, Speeches, and Songs
This volume brings together several of the author's unpublished speeches, papers and literary reflections from the 1980s, 1990s and early twenty first century. Subjects include: the writer, artist and journalist as mirrors of a nation's ethos; press freedom and its enemies; theatre and the question of national development; and literacy, reading and books as integral to cultural freedom.
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DRAMA AND THE DICTION OF FREEDOM
THE PLEASURES OF LITERACY
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