Running Towards Us: New Writing from South Africa
Greenwood Press, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 196 pages
Now that apartheid policy is a thing of the past, what are South Africans writing? This anthology includes fiction and poetry by both established writers and new voices. It captures the diversity of post-apartheid writing and should be useful to all interested in postcolonial literatures.
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