(From the publisher):
This collection of essays, articles, critiques and addresses extends over four decades, and includes the author's Nobel Prize lecture of 1991. Her themes are wide-ranging, moving from the impact of technology on our world-view to the convergence of the moral and the political in fiction.
- Three in a Bed: Fiction, Morals, and Politics
- The Status of the Writer in the World Today: Which World? Whose World?
- Turning the Page: African Writers and the Twenty-first Century
- References: The Codes of Culture
- The Lion, the Bull, and the Tree
- GŁnter Grass
- The Dialogue of Late Afternoon
- Joseph Roth: Labyrinth of Empire and Exile
- An Exchange: Kenzaburo Oe, Nadine Gordimer
- 1959: What Is Apartheid?
- How Not to Know the African
- A Morning in the Library: 1975
- Heroes and Villains
- Crack the Nut: The Future Between Your Teeth
- How Shall We Look at Each Other Then?
- 29 October 1989 -- A Beautiful Day, Com
- Mandela: What He Means to Us
- The First Time
- Act Two: One Year Later
- The Essential Document
- As Others See Us
- Labour Well the Teeming Earth
- The Writer's Imagination and the Imagination of the State
- Writing and Being
- Living on a Frontierless Land: Cultural Globalization
- Our Century
Original title: Living in Hope and History
Genre: Fiction→ Nonfiction (admin Use Only)
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