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Conversations with Nadine Gordimer edited by Nancy Topping Bazin and Marilyn Dallman Seymour Nadine Gordimer is one of the contemporary world's most admired writers of novels and short stories. This volume collects three decades of her interviews. In them she presents her attitudes toward her art and its interconnection with the oppressive, volatile politics in her native land. She has traveled extensively to other countries only to discover that no matter how white her skin she is indeed African and the only country she can call home is South Africa. "If you write honestly about life in South Africa, apartheid damns itself," she says. She is ruthlessly honest, and her fiction has played the vital role of communicating in detail to the rest of the world the effects of apartheid upon the daily lives of the South African people. To maintain her integrity, she writes as though she "were dead," without any thought of how anyone will react to what she has written. She remains heroically undaunted both by the banning of three of her novels by the white government and by the protests of radical blacks who assert that whites cannot write convincingly about blacks. She is concerned neither with the image of blacks nor with the image of whites, only with revealing the complexity, the full truth. This truth condemns the racism upon which apartheid is built. In her nine novels and eight volumes of short stories, Gordimer digs deeper and deeper until she has "thematic layers." These include "betrayal-political, sexual, every form" and "power, the way human beings use power in their relationships." Her accounts in these interviews of how she works and of which writers she admires will fascinatereaders, scholars, teachers, and students alike. Co-editors Nancy Topping Bazin retired from the faculty of the English and women's studies departments at Old Dominion University, and Marilyn Dallman Seymour retired from the staff of the Government Publications Department of the Old Dominion University Library. Literary Conversations Series Bazin, Nancy T. / Gordimer, Nadine / Seymour, Marilyn D., University Press of Mississippi

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI], Conversations with Nadine Gordimer edited by Nancy Topping Bazin and Marilyn Dallman Seymour Nadine Gordimer is one of the contemporary world's most admired writers of novels and short stories. This volume collects three decades of her interviews. In them she presents her attitudes toward her art and its interconnection with the oppressive, volatile politics in her native land. She has traveled extensively to other countries only to discover that no matter how white her skin she is indeed African and the only country she can call home is South Africa. "If you write honestly about life in South Africa, apartheid damns itself," she says. She is ruthlessly honest, and her fiction has played the vital role of communicating in detail to the rest of the world the effects of apartheid upon the daily lives of the South African people. To maintain her integrity, she writes as though she "were dead," without any thought of how anyone will react to what she has written. She remains heroically undaunted both by the banning of three of her novels by the white government and by the protests of radical blacks who assert that whites cannot write convincingly about blacks. She is concerned neither with the image of blacks nor with the image of whites, only with revealing the complexity, the full truth. This truth condemns the racism upon which apartheid is built. In her nine novels and eight volumes of short stories, Gordimer digs deeper and deeper until she has "thematic layers." These include "betrayal-political, sexual, every form" and "power, the way human beings use power in their relationships." Her accounts in these interviews of how she works and of which writers she admires will fascinate readers, scholars, teachers, and students alike. Co-editors Nancy Topping Bazin retired from the faculty of the English and women's studies departments at Old Dominion University, and Marilyn Dallman Seymour retired from the staff of the Government Publications Department of the Old Dominion University Library. Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI], Conversations with Nadine Gordimer edited by Nancy Topping Bazin and Marilyn Dallman Seymour Nadine Gordimer is one of the contemporary world's most admired writers of novels and short stories. This volume collects three decades of her interviews. In them she presents her attitudes toward her art and its interconnection with the oppressive, volatile politics in her native land. She has traveled extensively to other countries only to discover that no matter how white her skin she is indeed African and the only country she can call home is South Africa. "If you write honestly about life in South Africa, apartheid damns itself," she says. She is ruthlessly honest, and her fiction has played the vital role of communicating in detail to the rest of the world the effects of apartheid upon the daily lives of the South African people. To maintain her integrity, she writes as though she "were dead," without any thought of how anyone will react to what she has written. She remains heroically undaunted both by the banning of three of her novels by the white government and by the protests of radical blacks who assert that whites cannot write convincingly about blacks. She is concerned neither with the image of blacks nor with the image of whites, only with revealing the complexity, the full truth. This truth condemns the racism upon which apartheid is built. In her nine novels and eight volumes of short stories, Gordimer digs deeper and deeper until she has "thematic layers." These include "betrayal-political, sexual, every form" and "power, the way human beings use power in their relationships." Her accounts in these interviews of how she works and of which writers she admires will fascinate readers, scholars, teachers, and students alike. Co-editors Nancy Topping Bazin retired from the faculty of the English and women's studies departments at Old Dominion University, and Marilyn Dallman Seymour retired from the staff of the Government Publications Department of the Old Dominion University Library. Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Pamphlet G/-- 49 pages. 4" x 8". Light scuffing to wraps; tight; clean interior. Interviews by author with Mark Ethridge of Louisville Courier-Journal and C.D. Jackson of Life Magazine., Center for the Study of Democratic Inst. Santa Barbara, CA 1961, Simon & Schuster, New York, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Book Club Edition. Illustrations, Notes, Sources, Index; Glued binding. Paper over boards. 430 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade.Beschloss outlines how several occupants of the Oval Office--including Jackson, Lincoln, Roosevelt, FDR, Truman, Kennedy and Reagan--combined courage with wisdom to change the future of the country, notwithstanding the slings and arrows they earned.Presidential Courage is a brilliantly readable and inspiring saga about crucial times in American history when a courageous President dramatically changed our future. Like Beschloss's previous book, The Conquerors, it was a New York Times bestseller for months. With surprising new sources and a dazzling command of history and human character, Beschloss brings to life those flawed, complex men -- and their wives, families, friends and foes. Never have we had a more intimate, behind-the-scenes view of Presidents coping with the supreme dilemmas of their lives. For Americans who must choose Presidents and assess them once they are elected, Presidential Courage sets a lasting standard by showing us the best in Presidential leadership., Simon & Schuster, 2007, Jackson, MS, U.S.A.: University Press of Mississippi, 1990. "The interviews in this book are arranged chronologically from 1958 through 1989. They carry us through her {Nadine Gordimer} writing career as well as through a recent history of the events in South Africa....politics have necessarily permeated her life, her work, and, therefore, all of these interviews." This book has 321 pages.. First Paperback Edition. Trade Paperback. Fine/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., University Press of Mississippi, 1990

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[EAN: 9780878054459], Tweedehands, goed, [SC: 15.55], [PU: University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, MS, U.S.A.], GORDIMER NADINE 1923 LITERARY CRITICISM AFRICAN, Literary Criticism|African, Literary Criticism|General, Literary Criticism|Semiotics & Theory, "The interviews in this book are arranged chronologically from 1958 through 1989. They carry us through her {Nadine Gordimer} writing career as well as through a recent history of the events in South Africa.politics have necessarily permeated her life, her work, and, therefore, all of these interviews." This book has 321 pages.

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Conversations with Nadine Gordimer

Talks with the prize-winning author of "Beethoven was One-Sixteenth Black and Other Stories, July's People, The Pickup," and many other books

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780878054459
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0878054456
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Publishing year: 1990
Publisher: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI
321 Pages
Weight: 0,576 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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