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This Place I Call Home free pdf Ten stories. Ten voices. Ten diverse perspectives of what home has meant to South Africans during our country's challenging history. In this collection we are drawn into the lives of others. From an old widower who seems content on the outside but feels that his world is unravelling in the new South Africa, to an immigrant who has fled racial persecution in 1930s Europe and now finds himself on a barren sheep farm in the Karoo, to a Polokwane teacher confronted with the moral dilemma of xenophobic sentiments in her township, This Place I Call Home, leaves the reader deeply aware of local realities. Even though these powerful stories are often characterised by hardship and personal loss, one cannot help but emerge inspired by the tenacity of the human spirit and the resilience of South Africa's people.

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Author : Meg Vandermerwe
Publisher : Modjaji Books
Data Published : 01 April 2010
ISBN : 1920397027
EAN : 9781920397029
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 148 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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