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eBook K. Sello Duiker ☆ ☆ Thirteen Cents MOBI Ã Kabelo 'Sello' Duiker's debut novel Thirteen Cents won the Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best First Book Africa RegionHe suffered a nervous breakdown in 2004 prior to committing suicide by hanging himself in January 2005

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  1. AC AC says:

    eBook K. Sello Duiker ☆ ☆ Thirteen Cents MOBI Ã thirteen pdf, cents download, Thirteen Cents PDFMixed feelings about this one A vivid description of hard street life in the underbelly of Capetown The principle character is a homeless youth of 12 and a child prostitute But I found the second half pretentious and less convincing I will give this three stars; some might give it four Duiker was part of the movement of the New Postcolonial literature that flourished after Apartheid This new movement was less political less pan Africanist cosmopolitan given less to objective narrative and to interiority and to formal experimentation There is a good introduction in this volume which addesses these literary issues Duiker who was close to Phaswane Mpe committed suicide a year after Mpe's own death from AIDS He has a second novel but it is out of p


  2. Penny de Vries Penny de Vries says:

    eBook K. Sello Duiker ☆ ☆ Thirteen Cents MOBI Ã thirteen pdf, cents download, Thirteen Cents PDFThirteen Cents is a shock to the system; a punch to the solar plexus; a very grim read but brilliantly executed It is written from the perspective of a homeless twelve yea


  3. Winnet Winnet says:

    eBook K. Sello Duiker ☆ ☆ Thirteen Cents MOBI Ã thirteen pdf, cents download, Thirteen Cents PDFThe first half is definitely goldthe other half did not strike me at all


  4. Phathu Musitha Phathu Musitha says:

    eBook K. Sello Duiker ☆ ☆ Thirteen Cents MOBI Ã thirteen pdf, cents download, Thirteen Cents PDF35 stars I was completely besotted with the first half of the story Unputdownable Azure was a character who stole my heart His living conditions his life his lifestyle all heartbreaking There was nothing wonderful about that His unrivaled resilience at that age was sadIt’s an eye opening account in so many ways Life as a person living on the street how adults take advantage the double lives of rich white married heterosexual men There’s plenty to keep you goingThe second half was confusing and felt disjointed I could be deep about it and


  5. Thandeka Mtshali Thandeka Mtshali says:

    eBook K. Sello Duiker ☆ ☆ Thirteen Cents MOBI Ã thirteen pdf, cents download, Thirteen Cents PDFBeautifully written novel Interesting story line at times confusing imaginative Left me thinking a lot about Cape Town and looking at street kids differently wondering what is their personal stories A must read Can't wait to discuss the book my friends at our book club meeting this weekend


  6. Puleng Hopper Puleng Hopper says:

    eBook K. Sello Duiker ☆ ☆ Thirteen Cents MOBI Ã thirteen pdf, cents download, Thirteen Cents PDFIn the novel “13 Cents” Duiker paints a vivid and heart wrenching picture of how in post apartheid South Africa overt and covert marginalization still prevail Racism tribalism exploitation classism corruption crime violence violation starvation and displacement are still a reality to a Black child Even toxic complex and dangerous as it is camouflaged nuanced pretentious and insidious Ten year old protagonist Azure unceremoniously leaves Johannesburg for Cape town after the funeral of h


  7. Anne-Marie Anne-Marie says:

    eBook K. Sello Duiker ☆ ☆ Thirteen Cents MOBI Ã thirteen pdf, cents download, Thirteen Cents PDFThis book had me riveted until about half way through Then it just lost the plot with the main character becoming all weird


  8. Semole Semole says:

    eBook K. Sello Duiker ☆ ☆ Thirteen Cents MOBI Ã thirteen pdf, cents download, Thirteen Cents PDFThe second part of this book went over my head


  9. Lee Abrahams Lee Abrahams says:

    eBook K. Sello Duiker ☆ ☆ Thirteen Cents MOBI Ã thirteen pdf, cents download, Thirteen Cents PDFThe book delves into the real world of the Cape Town city There is a look at how a street child has to survive also how gangsters are initiated and formed In addition a family hood in the gangster world and their philosophy or their take on Cape Town Their philosophy is strange but has merit when considering their circumstance They live in an imbalanced society and want to have things aswell one character Sealy refers to banks church's town or high society as the greater evil as they all want control and to manipulate in a subtle way The book makes you uestion society and racial matters are not a directly addressed in the book but rather an undercurrent throughout the book One could say the continued effect or post colonial effect on the disadvantaged the homeless poor and gangsters who also want to have nice things There is alot of depth to the book It is very much a shame that the


  10. Unarine Ramaru Unarine Ramaru says:

    eBook K. Sello Duiker ☆ ☆ Thirteen Cents MOBI Ã thirteen pdf, cents download, Thirteen Cents PDFA book that will leave a mark in you whether you enjoyed it or not Thirteen Cents is a lyrical and vivid tale that explores what many would rather remain in the unknown A reality that shakes your perspective of life and want you to appreciate every bit of luxury you haveThe only time I put this book down was through disgust and horror of the pain a 13 year boy who


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