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In 1974, the author, a young Afrikaner poet, painter and radical activist, made a secret visit to his native South Africa, a journey he described in "A Season in Paradise". As a result of his activities on behalf of the ANC, he was accused of treason, tried and jailed for seven years, an experience brilliantly recaptured in "Confessions of an Albino Terrorist". Since those days, apartheid has gone, Nelson Mandela has been released, F.W. de Klerk has set his country on the path of multiracial rule, and Breytenbach, the young rebel, has become one of his country's most respected commentators, an insider-outsider with a unique view not only of the Boer state but also of Africa as a whole. This book is his latest exploration of his African and South African identity, a journey of the heart and mind into the maelstrom of black African politics in the 1990s.
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Descripción Brace, 1993. Condición: New. book. Nº de ref. del artículo: M0571169899