A Stunning Selection Of The Best Short Fiction From The Recipient Of The Nobel Prize In LiteratureThis Collection Of Nadine Gordimer S Short Fiction Demonstrates Her Rich Use Of Language And Her Unsparing Vision Of Politics, Sexuality, And Race Whether Writing About Lovers, Parents And Children, Or Married Couples, Gordimer Maps Out The Terrain Of Human Relationships With Razor Sharp Psychological Insight And A Stunning Lack Of Sentimentality The Selection, Which Spans The Course Of Gordimer S Career To Date, Presents The Range Of Her Storytelling Abilities And Her Brilliant Insight Into Human Nature From Such Epics As Friday S Footprint And Something Out There To Her Shorter, Experimental Stories, Gordimer S Work Is Unfailingly Nuanced And Complex Time And Again, It Forces Us To Examine How Our Stated Intentions Come Into Conflict With Our Unspoken Desires.This Definitive Volume, Which Includes Four New Stories From The Nobel Laureate, Is A Testament To The Power, Force, And Ongoing Relevance Of Gordimer S Vision.
Nadine Gordimer was a South African writer, political activist, and recipient of the 1991 Nobel Prize in Literature She was recognized as a woman who through her magnificent epic writing has in the words of Alfred Nobel been of very great benefit to humanity.Gordimer s writing dealt with moral and racial issues, particularly apartheid in South Africa Under that regime, works such as Burger
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