Quite Footsteps explores moral themes relating to political and
social change in South Africa. An obscene clamour that the poet
sees as eviscerating our country's humanity becomes the catalyst
for an excoriating attack on a time that "renders everything as
matters of abuse", and a passionate demand that we find in
ourselves – for ourselves, and in honour of the spirits of the dead
– the capacity for the humane. This major work by one of South
Africa's poets will trouble every conscience, even as it revives
our faltering hope for a healed nation.
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