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by Nadine Gordimer

Examines the lives of one white familiy and one black family during the transition from apartheid to democracy.

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At the struggle's end: None to Accompany Me by Nadine Gordimer
A review of the novel.
Contains: Review
Author: Elaine M. Pearson
From: Isibongo, Vol 1 Issue 1

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