South Africa: A Traveler's Literary Companion
Isabel Balseiro, Tobias Hecht
Whereabouts Press, 2009 - Literary Collections - 239 pages
Including short stories from some of South Africa’s best and most renowned writers (Nadine Gordimer, J.M. Coetzee, and Alan Paton, to name only a few), this collection accompanies readers to a recent, but altogether different South Africa, reflecting perspectives of both the oppressed and the oppressors. Some of the stories are previously unpublished, but all of them constitute examples of the most imaginative and provocative South African writing, from many disparate perspectives.
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