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Invisible others

Szczurek, K

Beskikbaarheid: In stock

R185,00

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A beloved falls to a senseless death. An illicit relationship ends with tragic consequences. In the aftermath of these events, a guilt-laden South African writer arrives in Paris to find anonymity and solace. A chance encounter with a Polish academic who is there to deal with his own grief throws both their lives off balance again.

Set against the stark beauty of contemporary Paris, Invisible Others is a story about loss, intimacy, and the inability to communicate despite best intentions. Provocative, sensual and fiercely honest, the novel captures our feeble attempts at deciphering those fleeting moments when others, consciously or not, leave indelible marks on our lives.
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Karina was born in Poland, and lived in Austria, the United States and Wales, before finding a home in South Africa. Her doctoral thesis was published as Truer than Fiction: Nadine Gordimer Writing Post-Apartheid South Africa (2008). She is the editor of Touch: Stories of Contact (2009), Encounters with André Brink (2010), and Contrary: Critical Responses to the Novels of André Brink (with Willie Burger, 2013). Her play for young adults A Change of Mind won the MML Literature Award in the Category English Drama in 2012. She also writes short stories, book reviews, essays, and poetry. She lives in Cape Town with her husband, André Brink, and their three cats. Invisible Others is her first novel.

Additional Information

Publisher Proteaboekhuis
Release date 30 Nov 2000
Skrywer Szczurek, K
Dimensies 213 x 137 x 213 cm
Formaat Sagteband
Bladsye 228
isbn 9781485300175
Genre Fiksie

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