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A schoolboy playing truant bumps into his revered father coming out of the cinema with a woman. An ordinary mishap; but the father is no ordinary man ...Show synopsisA schoolboy playing truant bumps into his revered father coming out of the cinema with a woman. An ordinary mishap; but the father is no ordinary man, and the family, threatened by the affair, is no ordinary family. This is a passionate story; love between a man and two women, between father and son, and something even more demanding - a love of freedom. It is a highly intimate drama of personal conflict and public struggle in the evolutionary events that, at great cost to people like these, have brought about change in South Africa.Hide synopsis
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Description:New in fine dust jacket. SHIP DAILY from NJ; GIFT-ABLE as NEW...New in fine dust jacket. SHIP DAILY from NJ; GIFT-ABLE as NEW FIRST, fresh, NEW w/DJ NEAR NEW (subtle shelf life hidden underside humidity color bleed) AS SHOWN THIS COVER. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. With dust jacket. 278 p. Audience: General/trade. 8574 8574--Playing truant, Will slips off to a movie theatre near Johannesburg and is shocked to see his father there--with a woman he doesn't know. The father is a "colored" schoolteacher who has become a hero in the struggle against apartheid; his companion is a white activist fiercely dedicated to the cause. "A bold, unnerving tour de force". --The New York Times Book Review.
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