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Joburg Ballet’s Brazilian flavour

The Joburg Theatre is defying the conventions of classical ballet by not giving the lead roles to white men in Don Quixote

Birth of the e-reader

It is almost 40 years since Roland Barthes announced the death of the author and called for the "birth of the reader" in that annus mirabilis of French history, 1968. For Barthes, it was the reader who should decide literary meaning. To a degree, authors were already playing this game before Barthes.

Preserving a gem

On a shoestring budget the Gem Bioscope has drawn thousands of people to its film screenings, art exhibitions, performances and concerts, writes Guy Oliver.

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