Henrietta Rose-Innes in conversation with Gail Fincham

Keywords: Henrietta Rose-Innes, speculative fiction, Stone Plant, ecocriticism

Author Biographies

Henrietta Rose-Innes

Henrietta Rose-Innes is a writer of novels and short stories. She is published in the UK by Aardvark Bureau/Gallic Books and in South Africa by Penguin Random House.

Gail Fincham, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa

Gail Fincham is Emeritus Professor at the University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. Her research explores the relationship between Europe and Africa and intersections between modernist, post-modernist, and post-colonial fiction.

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Rose-Innes, Henrietta. Green Lion. Umuzi, 2015.

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2019-10-23
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