|The Heinemann Book of South African Short Stories||
The Heinemann Book of South African Short Stories
|15.50||approx. 7-9 days|
All by writers who spent their formative years in South Africa, this diverse range of short stories spans from the end of World War II when the National Party was on the upsurge, to the early 1990s when the legal framework of apartheid was abolished, the ANC was legalized and Mandela was released.
AcknowledgementsIntroductionThe Prophetess - Njabulo NdebeleFamiliarity is the Kingdom of the Lost - Dugmore BoetieBloodsong - Ernst HavemannEscape from Love - Jack CopeNight at the Ford - Elise MullerA Bekkersdal Marathon - Herman Charles BosmanThe Double Dying of an Ordinary Criminal - Breyten BreytenbachThe Brothers - Ivan VladislavicFor Four Voices - Hennie AucampMad Dog - Etienne van HeerdenI Take Back my Country - Bartho SmitThe Suit - Can ThembaMamlambo - Bheki MasekoThoughts in a Train - Mango TshabanguThe Zulu and the Zeide - Dan JacobsonSix Feet of the Country - Nadine GordimerThe Hajji - Ahmed EssopThe Prisoner Who Wore Glasses - Bessie HeadLearning to Fly - Christopher HopeLife for a Life - Alan PatonA Trip to the Gifberge - Zoe WicombNotes on contributors