Four Essays on a Liberal Theory of Law

front-coverM.S. Blackman’s essays on a liberal theory of law were written in South Africa the 1970s and 80s. Continue reading “Four Essays on a Liberal Theory of Law”

In the Same Space

51SJhRX9LlL._SX326_BO1,204,203,200_Nick Sunderland is a twenty-something drifter in London, caught in one of the world’s oldest quandaries. Deft, compelling and piercingly witty, Blackman’s debut novel is a morality tale for the twenty-first century.

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Outside the Whale


for-crowhurst-colour-editJake Brink, a sports photographer, returns to Cape Town after thirteen years of living abroad. Although there are a few clues at the beginning, the precise reasons for his return are not revealed. What is disclosed is that Jake’s wife has asked for a divorce and that his father died in Cape Town the year before, leaving him a house and an inheritance.

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