Urban but not so mythical: Tim Haynes’s book ‘Hollow City’ has evocative photographs of the state of central Joburg by the writer himself, his son Ciaran and David Edwards. Photos: David Edwards
Book written to draw attention to the area’s decay is part memoir, part photo album
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