Agnes Sam


South Africa occupies a place, not to be envied, with regard to her literature. On the one hand she poises, uncomfortably, in African literature: her discomfort caused by our knowledge that her internationally recognized writers are White. On the other, we occasionally see her artfully forcing her way in with Commonwealth literature in the unabashed manner of Israel's participation in the 'Song for Europe'.



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