Christopher Hope

 

Christopher Hope was born in Johannesburg in 1944. He is the author of nine novels and one collection of short stories, including Kruger’s Alp,  which won the Whitbread Prize for Fiction, Serenity House,  which was shortlisted for the 1992 Booker Prize, My Mother’s Lovers  and Shooting Angels,  published by Atlantic Books in 2012 to great acclaim. He is also a poet and playwright and author of the celebrated memoir White Boy Running  (1988).

Source: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.co.za/author/christopher-hope

Photograph © Jerry Bauer.

 

In memoriam: Justin Cartwright

Christopher Hope Opinion 2018-12-18

"That was Cartwright's gift. A vein of laconic comedy runs through almost all his work which draws on his preoccupations with movies, advertising, American oddities as well as British pretensions and to which he gave exuberant rein in novels like Look at it This Way ..."

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