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Inhaltsangabe: Kenneth Makeer - intelligent, South African and black - travels to London to study law where he meets a fellow South African - a white girl - whom he eventually marries. Yet mixed marriages are outlawed in the Union, and so when they return home they come face to face with racial intolerance and hatred at its most brutal.
This is a passionate, harrowing and dramatic story, written at a time of deep racial tensions, which hurtles towards its ugly and untimely conclusion.
Über den Autor: Dan Jacobson was born in Johannesburg to Jewish Lithuanian parents. He has worked as a teacher in London, a journalist in South Africa and has also spent some time on a kibbutz in Israel. He moved to England in 1958 where he pursued an academic career, starting as a lecturer at University College London and becoming Emeritus Professor in 1994. He has also held the positions of vice-chairman of the Literature Panel of the Arts Council of Great Britain (74-76) and Fellow of the Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University in 1981. As a Jew, he has an interest in Old Testament history and many of his books take on Biblical themes.
Buchbeschreibung House of Stratus, 2001. Paperback. Buchzustand: Brand New. 244 pages. 8.25x5.25x0.75 inches. In Stock. Buchnummer des Verkäufers zk1842321358