Graduation address, University of Cape Town, 1986. On use of languages in South Africa. Journée Droits de L'homme et Cinema, Cannes Film Festival, 1989. Consult Index to Titles for complete listing of locations for each title. Final versions: A Bit of Young Life; Charmed Lives; The Cicatrice; Clowns in Clover; Face From Atlantis; Happy Event; Horn of Plenty; My First Two Women; Out of Season; Six Feet of the Country; The Smell of Death and Flowers; Which New Era Would That Be? Commissioned by François Bondy for an anthology of that title.
Excerpt from A Sport of Nature. Published in school magazine Vista, 1966. Published in Swedish paper Akton Bladet, 1980. Story not included in any of Gordimer's story collections and was unpublished as of 1985.
Delivered in Durban to the Catholic Winter School, July 21, 1972. Included in A Soldier's Embrace. Published in London Magazine, 1980. Given to the students at University of Cape Town, 1977.
Singer Nancy Sinatra answers a question during an informal press conference at the new Ramada Inn on April 18, 1967. Review of The Visitation, by Ahmed Essop. Published in Harper's and Queen, 1976 and included in A Soldier's Embrace. Fischer Verlag, research materials; Love Stories: Blinder and Terminal, Feb. Adapted from novel My Son's Story and published in Prize Writing, edited by Martin Goff.
Published in The Star, Johannesburg, Feb. James lecture: Original version, lacking three pages, misc. Tribute to Helen Suzman in a festschrift, published on her retirement from Parliament in South Africa, 1989. Unfinished and untitled second novel, about 1951.
Published in Twentieth Century and included in The Essential Gesture: Writing, Politics and Places. Published in Harper's and Queen and included in A Soldier's Embrace. Published in New Statesman, London, Jan. Published in The New York Review of Books and in The Observer, London, and included in The Essential Gesture: Writing, Politics and Places. Published in New Nation, September 1972, vol.
She was also photographed in lingerie that left very little to the imagination. Raquel Welch posed topless at age 39 for a spread in 1979. Published in The Times Literary Supplement, May 1977. Published in The New York Times Book Review, Oct. Given at conference of the Association of University English Teachers of Southern Africa and published in English in Africa 7 no.
Published by The New Yorker. Review of We Came to Town edited by Caroline Kerfoot. Review of Love's Gravity by Per Wästberg. First line: I have a file on censorship.