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they start whispering. At the end, she says, "You should be an assassin." I loved that line. Get a Life By Nadine Gordimer The background: The story explores what happens to a South African family when one member is treated with a radioactive
Burger's Daughter By Nadine Gordimer Set in South Africa during the apartheid regime, this novel ..... when I grew up. Then I read it again and realized no, it was Nadine Gordimer I wanted to be. The Moronic Inferno By Martin Amis Amis is
has written many articles on South African writers, including the poet Jeremy Cronin and the novelists Zakes Mda, Nadine Gordimer , J.M. Coetzee, and Mark Behr. In addition to her scholarly work, she enjoys running and listening to music
survive and to find some meaning is strong in them. Return to South Africa's bookshelf. July's People By Nadine Gordimer Nadine Gordimer won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1991. This novel, published in 1981, dramatizes the time of fearsome
been imitated directly. But every South African novelist after Paton has had to take account of it. Writers such as Nadine Gordimer and J. M. Coetzee have commented on Paton's work in their critical writing, but their fiction has mainly responded
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