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Nadine Gordimer

Fiction

Interviewed by: Rebekah Presson

Catalog Number: 19950821, 19941114

The Nobel Prize-winning South African writer, Nadine Gordimer reads from her novel None to Accompany Me, set on the eve of all-race elections. In the book, Gordimer's protagonist, Vera Stark, examines her past as a lawyer for blacks attempting to reclaim the land. Gordimer talks about the dilemma of conscience for whites in South Africa.

| Subject Matter: South Africa, Race | Interview Year: 1994 | Genre: Fiction | Awards: Poet Laureate, Man Booker Prize, Nobel Prize in Literature |

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