Antjie Krog - Criticism

Criticism

In February 2006, the poet Stephen Watson, writing in New Contrast, accused her of plagiarism. He claimed that she "lifted the entire conception of from Return of the Moon", and that she also plagiarised from the work of Ted Hughes. Krog strongly denied the claims.

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    ...I wasn’t at all prepared for the avalanche of criticism that overwhelmed me. You would have thought I had murdered someone, and perhaps I had, but only to give her successor a chance to live. It was a very sad business indeed to be made to feel that my success depended solely, or at least in large part, on a head of hair.
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