Redeeming Features by Denis Beckett 2004
Date Listed 04/10/2018
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Redeeming features is a collection of the author's writings, where he visits Cato Manor (on foot), delves into the crime and emigration situation, interviews key media people, relates stories about flags and even pays a visit to his cousin - the famous playwright Samuel Beckett - whom he persuaded to write a play on apartheid.Back cover blurb:There's plentt if Seffrican Elation inside Redeeming Features. There's also an occaisional allustion to why the world thought up the word Afropessimism, instead of Indopessimism or Antopodopessimism or Venezualopessimism. Plus, thrown in at no extra charge, an Early-warning Service, alerting readers to the villain in our midst, viz the principle variously known as Empowerment or Transformation or Representivity. All this between two covers. Wow, we shouldof put the price up.Redeeming Features is mostly quite literate and has not many bad words. It is also nearly free of New South Africa clichés, which makes it a historic event and investment that is probably tax-deductible.
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