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Achebe's legacy, our lodestone
Achebe's legacy, our lodestone
The novelist's writings have provided fertile ground for the festival speakers to raise contemporary issues.
Achebe's legacy, our lodestone
Achebe's legacy, our lodestone
The novelist's writings provided fertile ground for the festival speakers to raise contemporary issues.
M&G LitFest: 'The only job in which one cannot lie is poetry'
M&G LitFest: 'The only job in which one cannot lie is poetry'
Panelists at the M&G Literary Festival this weekend celebrated the work of poets Constantine Cavafy and George Seferis.
M&G LitFest: 'Where to from here?'
M&G LitFest: 'Where to from here?'
Adam Habib and Adriaan Basson pondered where South Africa is headed in a session at the M&G Literary Festival entitled "Hopes and Impediments".
M&G LitFest: Adam Habib on SA's 'moment of reckoning'
M&G LitFest: Adam Habib on SA's 'moment of reckoning'
Wits vice-chancellor Adam Habib opened the M&G Literary Festival, which pays tribute to Chinua Achebe, with thoughts on SA's "suspended revolution".
M&G LitFest: Reading is an act of resistance
M&G LitFest: Reading is an act of resistance
M&G Literary Festival co-director Corina van der Spoel chaired the session about “ No longer at ease – books as agents of insurrection”.
M&G LitFest: Metaphorical dimensions that shape fiction
M&G LitFest: Metaphorical dimensions that shape fiction
From allegory to personal experiences, novelist and playwright Craig Higginson sat down with four novelists to speak on what inspires their writing.
M&G LitFest: Nadine Gordimer remembers Chinua Achebe
M&G LitFest: Nadine Gordimer remembers Chinua Achebe
Nobel-winning author Nadine Gordimer has paid tribute to Chinua Achebe, the eminent writer who passed away in March.
M&G LitFest: Migration and the search for the stories of the city
M&G LitFest: Migration and the search for the stories of the city
The final leg of M&G LitFest looked at the e-book "Writing Invisibility: Conversations on the Hidden City" and the occlusion of certain spaces.
Writer Niq Mhlongo tackles more than the mystical
Writer Niq Mhlongo tackles more than the mystical
SA author Niq Mhlongo's latest book "Way Back Home" probes the confluence of binaries and the centrality of the mystical in our lives.

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