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41.2 | 2019
Nadine Gordimer

De-Linking, Interrupting, Severing

A special issue reassessing the whole of Nadine Gordimer's prolific and versatile work, this collection of articles maps out the numerous breaches, interruptions, and ruptures that traverse the South African writer's novels and short stories, as well as her essays and political commitments. The issue aims at re-circulating and re-directing a number of concepts and critical stances which have emerged over the years about Gordimer's texts. Through their emphasis on processes of de-linking, all eight authors offer new perspectives on her anti-apartheid writing but also on her interventions in a globalisation that has paradoxically entrenched spatial, social and cultural disjunctions.

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