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Thirteen Cents is the debut novel of South African author K. Sello Duiker. It was published in to critical acclaim and immediate success in South Africa and. Start by marking “Thirteen Cents” as Want to Read: Duiker was part of the movement of the New Postcolonial literature that flourished after Apartheid. Kabelo 'Sello' Duiker's debut novel, Thirteen Cents won the Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best First Book, Africa Region. Thirteen Cents | General Fiction. K. Sello Duiker. Thirteen Cents is an extraordinary and unsparing account of a coming of age in Cape Town. Reminiscent of.
21 Oct K. Sello Duiker's short novel, Thirteen Cents is simultaneously gruesome, violent, deeply disturbing, whimsical, and beautiful. Ohio University. “K. Sello Duiker's short novel, Thirteen Cents is simultaneously gruesome, violent , deeply disturbing, whimsical, and beautiful. Told from Azure's perspective. 12 Sep As Thirteen Cents, the debut novel by K. Sello Duiker opens, he has taken to looking after nine year-old Bafana, a boy who has run away from.
Thirteen Cents: A Novel (Modern African Writing Series) [K. Sello Duiker, Shaun Viljoen] on dougcoxandsamhurrie.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Winner of the. 17 Dec Thirteen Cents is the coming of age novel of Azure, a street child trying to survive the shadowy streets of Cape Town. Grace Kim reviews the. 27 Jan Thirteen Cents is a shock to the system; a punch to the solar plexus; a very grim read but brilliantly executed. It is written from the perspective of. 1 Apr His varied experiences while living there form the basis of Thirteen Cents.” I cannot help wondering how he experienced the life of street. Azure lives on the streets of Cape Town, South Africa. He's a young street kid. His mother and father are dead, and he has but one friend, Vincent. He says he.
13 May A year old South African boy turns tricks in Cape Town in Duiker's emotional whiplash of a debut novel, available in the US for the first time. Kabello Sello Duiker (), also known as K. Sello Duiker was a post- apartheid novelist. His debut novel, Thirteen Cents (New Africa Books, ) won. 22 Dec With the news that K Sello Duiker's novels are set for translation into several languages, BOOK SA finds this review of Thirteen Cents by Grace. 1 Jan Reading K. Sello Duiker's Thirteen Cents 1 as a portrayal of the precarious intersection of post-apartheid familial dystopia on children's.