The Unspeakable by Peter Anderson

Literary Fiction and Creative Nonfiction

Powerful and provocative, The Unspeakable is as unforgettable as it is unsettling. It centers on the conflicted being of the white male under apartheid. Unlike many of the great novels of the apartheid era, it renounces any claim to the relative safety zone of moralistic dissociation from the racist crime against humanity, and cuts instead to the quick of complicity. It is sometimes said of Albert Camus’s The Stranger that everything would have turned out very differently, had the murder only taken place “a few hundred miles to the south.” This is that South with a vengeance. From $9.99 SHOP NOW

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