Marcus Ramogale lectures in English at the University of the North. His PhD, which he completed with the University of Nottingham in 1995, was on the South African concept of “people’s literature.”
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The second edition of To Kill a Man’s Pride builds on the success of the previous edition of this anthology of South African short stories by retaining most of stories, but also featuring more women writers and new male voice, to make it more representative. The milieu remains unambiguously South African, with some stories set in rural areas such as the village, farm or dorp, and others in urban centers such as the big city, suburb or township.