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The Blue Door bizarre. . The Blue Door Is Built Around One Of The Oldest Questions In Storytelling What If What If I Return Home One Day To Find, Behind A Familiar Door, An Unfamiliar World What If The People Closest To Me Turn Out To Be Strangers What If Strangers Start Claiming A Place In My Life I Cannot Imagine What If The Memories Of The Most Important Moments In My Life Can No Longer Be Trusted What If I Am Not Who I Think I Am David Le Roux, A Teacher Recently Turned Fulltime Artist, Returns To His Studio One Afternoon To Find His Whole Familiar World Turned Upside Down The Woman Who Opens The Door And Welcomes Him As Her Husband Is A Complete Stranger To Him Beautiful And Loving, But Not The Wife He Assumes He Has Been Married To For Nine Years The Children Are Overjoyed At His Return, But He Has Never Set Eyes On Them Before And When He Goes Back To The Building He Believes He Lives In, It No Longer Exists Has Everything In His Life Been Illusion Or Is The Past Real And Only The Present A Hallucination In A Country Like South Africa These Questions May Decide A Whole LifeInstead Of Living With The Consequences Of Early Choices He Now Discovers That Behind Every Choice Made Lurks The Possibility Of Innumerable Other Choices Not MadeWhat If, Indeed . . . . A brilliant novella, poignantly exploring the different paths our life could take if we had made different choices along the way. .

About the Author: André Brink

Andr Philippus Brink was a South African novelist He wrote in Afrikaans and English and was until his retirement a Professor of English Literature at the University of Cape Town.In the 1960s, he and Breyten Breytenbach were key figures in the Afrikaans literary movement known as Die Sestigers The Sixty ers These writers sought to use Afrikaans as a language to speak against the apartheid government, and also to bring into Afrikaans literature the influence of contemporary English and French trends His novel Kennis van die aand 1973 was the first Afrikaans book to be banned by the South African government.Brink s early novels were often concerned with the apartheid policy His final works engaged new issues raised by life in postapartheid South Africa.

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