Written with energy and honesty, this powerful, thought-provoking memoir describes a life dominated by an abusive father, and explores some of the African traditional customs that are still expected of women today. Zazah Khuzwayo tells of the frustrations of growing up with a loving, intelligent but uneducated mother, who was at times able to stand up for her beliefs and ambitions for her family, but who also seemed to turn a blind eye to the verbal, physical and sexual abuse being inflicted on them, and herself, by her husband.
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ISBN: 978-0-86486-641-7, 2004, 210x135mm, 176 pages
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