African Writers' Club

South African Short Stories. African Writers' Club

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    00:18:48

  • Shelf mark

    C134/307

  • Subjects

    Poetry & Prose

  • Recording date

    1967-09-13

  • Description

    Item notes: This is a programme about South African short stories read by Bloke Modisane. He refers to Nadine Gordimer's short stories to illustrate his argument. He explains that the South African short story is a reflection and interpretation of the racial prejudice inherent in the society. He refers to his book, 'The Professional Beggar' in his discussion. The programme includes dramatised readings of various short stories.

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South African Short Stories. African Writers' Club

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