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Franschhoek Literary Festival 2014 Liveblog: Sunday 18 May, 10 – 11am

Franschhoek Literary FestivalIt’s Franschhoek Literary Festival time: follow all the action from day three of the 2014 fest on our FLF Liveblog! Read from the bottom up.

11.03

And that’s a wrap! Final tweets from the sessions:

10.59

Prince Mashele does not mince his words:

10.58

Louis Greenberg is dishing out advice on @projectjennifer’s session:

And Lauren Beukes chimes in:

10.55

In the words of Lenin, what is to be done? They’re wondering that aloud in @helenayp’s session on the ANC:

10.53

Anyone for an avalanche of ponies?

10.52

Prof Bill Nasson is regaling the audience at the war panel:

10.46

Historian Norman Stone has the mic at @carolynmeads’ session on war:

10.43

@helenayp’s session on the state of SA and the ANC is riveting:

10.41

The realities of travel meet speculative fiction in @projectjennifer’s session:

10.35

In @carolynmeads’ session, James Whyle is recounting an episode from his father’s experience of war:

10.31

More interesting tweets on SA politics from @helenayp’s session:

10.29

The ANC is still taking a beating – albeit one it can probably withstand – in @helenayp’s session:

10.26

In @projectjennifer’s session, they’re talking photography:

10.25

Here’s some insight on landscape, war and Charles Darwin from Tim Couzens:

10.18

Prince Mashele is not offering encouraging words about the ANC in the New School Hall:

10.17

I like Sihle Khumalo and envy him his travels, but wouldn’t want to be in his shoes on this trip!

10.15

Tim Couzens, the great historian, is talking battles in @carolynmeads’ session:

10.12

Max du Preez is holding court in the New School Hall:

10.09

Over at the Site Inspection panel, we’re talking travel, virtual and otherwise:

10.06

We have liftoff!

10.04

Morning! It’s the final day of the FLF. We’re kicking off as follows:

…and Carolyn Meads is at the “War Stories” session:

 

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