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P.E.N. - P.E. N. 1960: New South African Writing and a Survey of Fifty Years of Creative Achievement

(Johannesburg, the South African P.E.N. Centre, 1960). . Dustwrapper frayed, pp. 100, text in double columns, errata slip. Very slight browning. 'Surveys of creative English writing in South Africa during the past half century - from the establishment of the Union of South Africa in 1910 to its fiftieth anniversary in 1960 - constitute a special feature of this volume, which has been produced by the South African Centre of the International P.E.N. Club. These surveys cover half a century of achievement by South African writers in poetry, drama and the novel. new stories, essays, poems and translations by South African writers appear in this book for the first time. All the writers are members of the South African P.E.N. Centre.' Includes contributions by Alan Paton, Nadine Gordimer, Jack Cope, Anthony Delius, etc..
GBP 8.00 [Appr.: EURO 8.75 US$ 10.17 | JP¥ 1071] Booknumber: 2942

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