What Do I Read Next?
Waiting for Godot is a play written by Samuel Beckett. Published in 1965, it is an existentialist play featuring humorous and disaffected characters.
South Africa: A Visual History, 1972 (1973), is a pictorial history of South Africa in 1972. The book is published by the Republic of South Africa, and is comprised of the government’s version of the events of 1972.
Fugard’s Boesman and Lena (1969) is a play that focuses on two characters barely surviving under the repressive regime of apartheid in South Africa.
Arthur Miller’s play, Incident at Vichy, was published in 1965. The play focuses on human responsibility.