Nadine Gordimer was a novelist from South Africa who took on the issues of Apartheid in her writing. She won the Nobel Prize in 1991 for her collection of creative fiction. Several of her works were banned in that country for some time during the Apartheid era. Despite their controversy, these texts helped to shed light on the realities and cruelties of Apartheid.
Check out our collection of short stories, edited, and contributed to, by Nadine Gordimer.