The three days In March 1960 between the Sharpeville shootings and the declaration of the first State of Emergency are crucial ones In the life of Andrew Dreyer, a young ‘coloured’ school teacher In Cape Town. Hailed as ‘the finest Bildungsroman in our national literature In form alone it is a masterpiece of controlled structural ironies.’(Upfront, 5 October 1986). First published in 1964, and banned until 1988, this assured, intelligent and entertaining novel - Richard Rive’s first - is now being made available to a new generation of readers.
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ISBN: 978-0-86486-095-8, 2014, 210x130mm, 252 pages
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