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SOUTH AFRICA South African Snapshots


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with Christopher Hope.
3: Elsa Joubert and Dalene Mattliee. Two Afrikaans novelists talk about their current work, and the books which brought them international attention.
For Elsa Joubert it was
Poppy Nongena , the account of a black Afrikaans-speaking woman's attempt to protect her children during the Cape Town riots, and for Dalene Matthee , Circles in a Forest, a novel which described the particular beauties of the Knysna Forest and the strange family of "Royals" who believe they are related to King George III.


Unknown: Christopher Hope.
Unknown: Elsa Joubert
Unknown: Dalene Mattliee.
Unknown: Elsa Joubert
Unknown: Poppy Nongena
Unknown: Dalene Matthee
Unknown: King George Iii.

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SOUTH AFRICA South African Snapshots

BBC Radio 3, 1 September 1993 21.35

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