Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Last to Leave by Margaret Clough

The Last to leave is Margaret Clough’s second collection of poetry. These poems follow on from her first popular collection, At Least the Duck Survived. The light warm-hearted tone continues as does Clough’s engagement with aging and mortality. Date of...

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The Last to Leave

Sunderland by Michael Cope and Ken Barris

Unhappily married Cape Town academic Art Berger is offered what appears to be a professional lifeline: to reconstitute the final papers of the great South African writer Charles de Villiers into the novel he was writing at the time of...

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