Nadine Gordimer

This Nobel prize-winning novelist has just published another book "The House Gun" about a white South African couple whose son is accused of murdering another white man. The son's lawyer, in the murder trial, is black. Daniel talks with Gordimer about her novel and the legacy of violence that apartheid has left behind. ("The House Gun," by Nadine Gordimer/Farrar, Strauss, Giroux Publishers, 1998)



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