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Richard Rive: wholly local, fully global.

Finuala Dowling reviews Shaun Viljoen’s Richard Rive: A Partial Biography, highlighting some of the unsettling complexities in this life-writing project.

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The haunting phrases of False River

“A feat of recollection, yes, but also of imagination, evocation and, paradoxically, of submission”: Finuala Dowling reviews Dominique Botha’s debut novel, False River.

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