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Notable white English-language South African authors include Nadine Gordimer who was, in Seamus Heaney's words, one of "the guerrillas of the imagination", and who became the first South African and the seventh woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1991.
Her most famous novel, July's People, was released in 1981, depicting the collapse of white-minority rule.
South Africa was one of the cradles of the human species.
One of the defining characteristics of our species is the making of art (from Latin 'ars' meaning worked or formed from basic material).
Houses in this style have a distinctive and recognizable design, with a prominent feature being the grand, ornately rounded gables, reminiscent of features in townhouses of Amsterdam built in the Dutch style.