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Damon Galgut signs copies of his book at the NG Church at the Franschhoek Literary Festival. Photo: Herman Eloff
Damon Galgut signs copies of his book at the NG Church at the Franschhoek Literary Festival. Photo: Herman Eloff

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I know we’re in the middle of autumn and on the verge of what promises to be a ferocious winter, but the past two weeks have been, to me, like the beginning of spring.

All of a sudden, events that had been put on hold and places that had been shut thanks to Covid-19 came back to life.

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