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Tag Archives | Karen Press

You Have No Power Here

Karen Press reviews three first collections from publishing house uHlanga that add welcome breadth to the range of South African poetry

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Folk Dancing for Beginners

By Karen Press   (He sets the tone) In my country the […]

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How Close Are You To This Place?

by Karen Press. Where is the heart of darkness? We think we know. It’s […]

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Say What You Mean

Vocabulary and translation, exercises, games — lessons — from Karen Press for you to get your […]

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Language Games

For poet Karen Press opposites are already united; they depend on each […]

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Folk Dancing For Beginners

Karen Press (He sets the tone) In my country the president rises […]

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Fifty Years Of African Decolonisation

In the half-century to come, one aspect of the role of intellectuals, cultural practitioners and African civil society will be to help in articulating a concept of democracy that takes the current struggles as a point of departure, and in addition to ‘internationalise’ the question of African democratisation

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