The View from Brindley Mountain: A Memoir of the Rural South

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G only, curled, creased, marked, but sound. A selection of poetry and prose from schools across Southern Africa as published annually in the magazine English Alive. David Philip. Written during the author's time under house arrest in the early s.

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The Carrefour Press. Author's first novel. Centered on a building site, the story parallels the corruption and other moral dilemmas on which apartheid was created.

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Zed Books. London 1st edition. Author, son of D. Malan, the first Nationalist Prime Minister and the founder of apartheid, returned from self-imposed exile to the land of his birth to write this introspective analysis. Illustrated by Arthur Goldreich. Except red price title. Ghost stories for young people. African Story Library Series. A novel of life in the Knysna forest set in the late 19thC. Foreword by Nadine Gordimer. Datelines From Africa. Inscrip ffep and some sl. William Waterman. Rivonia A collection of offbeat stories by various upcoming writers. Cosaw Publishing.

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The View from Brindley Mountain is a memoir of a place and a time: the place— the sandy, pine-forested hills of northern Alabama; the time—a span of two. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. C. Eugene Scruggs, a native of Alabama, is retired from.

Johannesburg 1st imp. Authors second adult novel, set in the Eastern Cape at the turn of the 19thC.

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Children's book set on an Eastern Cape farm. Large inscrips half-title hence G-VG. David Phillip. Kimberley 1st English edn.

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Inscrip half-title which ff is f. Perennial favourite story with new introduction by Dorothy Driver. Poems By N. Wraps soiled, ff foxed, but sound, text clean. Salisbury Originally banned in South Africa, this satirical book tells the story of Staffnurse Pholo, "a non-european from non-europe". Inscrip fep. Cape Town 2nd imp. The story of the black writers who created the magazine DRUM and of the long hunt to reveal who or what killed so many of them so young. Mayibuye Books. Western Cape Children's book, set in Plettenberg Bay the young heroine explores loneliness and friendship and the need to find one's own identity.