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Of Fathers and Fugitives

SJ Naudé

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      Daniel is a journalist, moving between London and Cape Town, until his elderly and demented father passes away. There is an unusual clause in the old man’s will: Daniel will only inherit his half of the estate once he has paid his estranged cousin a visit on the old family farm in the Free State. It is a visit that will result in Daniel, his cousin and a sick young boy making a hopeful trip to Tokyo – a journey that will change all of their lives. An exquisite, tender novel by the award-winning writer SJ Naudé, author of The Alphabet of Birds, The Third Reel and Mad Honey. An exploration of the relationships between fathers and sons, and of fatherhood, masculinity and loss.


      Translated into English by Michiel Heyns. Also available in Afrikaans
      as: Van vaders en vlugtelinge.

      CONTRIBUTORS: SJ Naudé EAN: 9780798183963 COUNTRY: South Africa PAGES: WEIGHT: 500 g HEIGHT: 234 cm
      PUBLISHED BY: Human & Rousseau (Pty) Ltd DATE PUBLISHED: CITY: GENRE: WIDTH: 152 cm SPINE:

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      SJ Naudé is a novelist and short story writer. He studied in Pretoria and Stellenbosch, as well as at Cambridge and Columbia University. He worked as a lawyer in New York and London for many years. His writing has been awarded several literary awards, including the kykNet-Rapport, the UJ and the Hertzog Prize.

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      Daniel is a journalist, moving between London and Cape Town, until his elderly and demented father passes away. There is an unusual clause in the old man’s will: Daniel will only inherit his half of the estate once he has paid his estranged cousin a visit on the old family farm in the Free State. It is a visit that will result in Daniel, his cousin and a sick young boy making a hopeful trip to Tokyo – a journey that will change all of their lives. An exquisite, tender novel by the award-winning writer SJ Naudé, author of The Alphabet of Birds, The Third Reel and Mad Honey. An exploration of the relationships between fathers and sons, and of fatherhood, masculinity and loss.


      Translated into English by Michiel Heyns. Also available in Afrikaans
      as: Van vaders en vlugtelinge.

      CONTRIBUTORS: SJ Naudé EAN: 9780798183963 COUNTRY: South Africa PAGES: WEIGHT: 500 g HEIGHT: 234 cm
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      SJ Naudé is a novelist and short story writer. He studied in Pretoria and Stellenbosch, as well as at Cambridge and Columbia University. He worked as a lawyer in New York and London for many years. His writing has been awarded several literary awards, including the kykNet-Rapport, the UJ and the Hertzog Prize.

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