Gerald Gordon


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Gordon, Gerald

 

Year of birth unknown. South African writer.

Gordon speaks out against racism. His first novel. Let the Day Perish (1952), shows the oppressed condition of South Africa’s “colored” population. In the novel The Crooked Rain (1954), Gordon turns to the theme of World War II and the upswing in the South African economy after the war; the novel’s hero, the South African soldier Manson. is convinced that the war was a means of profit for sharp businessmen.

WORKS

In Russian translation:
Da sginet den’. Afterword by I. Potekhin. Moscow. 1955.

REFERENCE

Gus, M. “Zhizn’ i smert’ Entoni Grekhema.” Inostrannaia literatura, 1956. no. 5.

S. P. KARTUZOV

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