LitNet-leeskeuses: Vrydag 18 Januarie 2013

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Emma Kotze en Chrizane se top vyf leeskeuses vir die dag: Vrydag 18 Januarie 2012

5-Boekeminute met Christine Barkhuizen le Roux” (SARIE.com)
“Die sin waarmee Christine Barkhuizen le Roux haar jongste boek inlei, ruk jou sonder omhaal by die verhaal in,” skryf Phyllis Green.

From Aardvark to Zuma, by Alex Latimer” (GQ Magazine)
GQ rig aan Alex Latimer ? paar vrae oor sy Suid-Afrikaanse woordeboek. “Initially it was going to be a book to give tourists an insight into South African culture. But as I started working on it, I realised that there were loads of references in it that only South Africans would really understand. So it evolved into a celebration of South Africa's mix of cultures …”
 
Lost Robert Burns manuscripts discovered” (The Guardian)
Three long-lost manuscripts by Robert Burns – as well as correspondence between the beloved Scottish author and his friends – have been discovered by a researcher in what is being described as one of the most important Burns discoveries in years.

A Swollen Stream of Consciousness” (New York Times)
Dwight Garner reviews Umbrella by Will Self.

Still Waiting” (The Smartset)
“In the 60 years since Waiting for Godot premiered, no one has captured the ineffability of love like Samuel Beckett,” writes Stefany Anne Golberg.

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