"I found myself in the thick of things. I shut my eyes experimentally, opened them again. If I was dreaming, the scene should change - but no, everything was exactly as it had been before."
So begins "A Labour of Moles," by one of South Africa's most important writers, Ivan Vladislavic: a story which takes the reader into a realm utterly alien and at the same time as familiar as the letters forming the words on the page and the very building-blocks of fiction.
|Paperback Book, 44 pages||English|
|Sylph Editions (Jul. 15th, 2012)||Unknown|
|African Literary Collections|