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History Revisited in “Oral History” by Nadine Gordimer

Language in India www.languageinindia.com 296 11 : 2 February 2011 Gulab Singh, Ph.D. and Divija Kumari History Revisited in Oral History by Nadine Gordimer LANGUAGE IN INDIA

Crossing lines: the novels of Nadine Gordimer with a ...

Literator 28(3) Des./Dec. 2007:91-107 ISSN 0258-2279 91 Crossing lines: the novels of Nadine Gordimer with a particular focus on Occasion for loving and The pickup 1 Derek A. Barker Department of English (Associate) UNISA E-mail: derek.barker@gmail.com Abstract Crossing lines: the novels of ...

Nadine Gordimer, The Pickup (London: Blooms bury, 2001) : 270pp

Volume 1, February 2005 Nadine Gordimer, The Pickup (London: Blooms bury, 2001) : 270pp Sue Kossew University of New South Wales, Australia Keywords: Nadine Gordimer; Literature of Transition; Displacement, Economic Exile; Migration; South Africa.

The Essential Gesture: Writers and Responsibility

Among Ms. Gordimer's other literary awards is the French international prize the Grand Aigle d'Or (1975), and she was awarded the Scottish Arts Council's Neil Gunn Fellowship for 1981.

GUIDE TO THE

Nadine Gordimer was born in Springs, South Africa in 1923. At age 11 she began her writing career and was first published in the children's section of the Johannesburg Sunday Express in 1947.

Questions for "Once Upon a Time" by Nadine Gordimer

Questions for "Once Upon a Time" by Nadine Gordimer 1. What do the introductory paragraphs reveal about the narrator of this story? 2. What is the tone of the introductory paragraphs?

RACE, MISCEGNATION AND LITERATURE IN SOUTH AFRICA

A general descriptive and thematic introduction to English South African novels, focussing on writers such as Nadine Gordimer, Alex la Guma, Sol PLaatje, Peter Abrahams, Olive Schreiner and Pauline Smith, with a chapter on race in novels by Sarah Gertrude Millin and William Plomer.

"Once Upon a Time": Tearing Down Fences

The lesson is based on the short story "Once Upon a Time" by Nadine Gordimer (see Supplementary Resources). Gordimer's story provides valuable insights about prejudice and discrimination that can be applied to any society.

The White South African Writer in our National Situation

Untitled Document The White South African Writer in our National Situation by Ntongela Masilela [The following essay which appeared in the West German scholarly journal Matatu in 1988 ended with the following words: "Nonetheless Nadine Gordimer is in many ways the very air of our cultural ...

Othering the Self: Nadine Gordimer s Colonial Heroines ...

Othering the Self: Nadine Gordimer s Colonial Heroines ROBIN VISEL IN The Second Sex, Simone de Beauvoir theorizes about the conflicts of girlhood, in which the young girl, torn between her