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Nadine Gordimer: A rich legacy for young artists
Nadine Gordimer: A rich legacy for young artists
The animating impulse in her work is a dedication to those who suffer – but don't make – history, write Bongani Kona and Dudumalingani Mqombothi.
Gordimer gave us the gift of complexity
Gordimer gave us the gift of complexity
Nadine Gordimer observed our convoluted society with a precise and prescient eye and did much to shape our understanding of it, writes David Medalie.
Nadine Gordimer: Mentor, comrade and friend
Nadine Gordimer: Mentor, comrade and friend
Gordimer wrote: 'Vusi Mahlasela sings like a bird does, in total response to being alive. He is a national treasure.' She was like a mother to him.
Nadine Gordimer: A light shining into the dark
Nadine Gordimer: A light shining into the dark
The late writer's oeuvre was characterised by her unwavering ability to verbalise the brutal truth, writes Sean O'Toole.
Nadine Gordimer: Tough questions for herself
Nadine Gordimer: Tough questions for herself
Nadine Gordimer asks and answers "the questions journalists don't ask".
Gordimer's battle is now ours
Gordimer's battle is now ours
Her fiction spoke hard truths in a way that the facts could not, writes Maureen Isaacson.
We must make do without Nadine Gordimer
We must make do without Nadine Gordimer
The tiny woman with a great voice left enough literature to set a standard, wake us up and inspire us.
At home with Nadine Gordimer, a very private individual
At home with Nadine Gordimer, a very private individual
Ilse Wilson, the daughter of Communist Party stalwart Bram Fischer, remembers the era of 'Burger's Daughter' and other times spent with its author.
Gordimer's legacy is our honour
Gordimer's legacy is our honour
The past might be another country, but for more than 90 years Gordimer lived in South Africa – and wrote of it with piercing insight.
Anti-apartheid writer Nadine Gordimer dies
Anti-apartheid writer Nadine Gordimer dies
Nadine Gordimer's politics may have been radical but her fiction was always more complicated than the "political" tag would allow.

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