“It might be hard for you to understand this being an outsider; but South Africa holds the souls of its sons and daughters in an almost inescapable gasp. History cast all of us in a strange and gripping drama, but I had deserted the stage. I had no idea what my role was, and felt I would never be whole until I found out!”
– fine writing by Rian Malan in his “compelling” book
My Traitor’s Heart: A South African Exile Returns to Face His Country, His Tribe, and His Conscience
and thanks Rian for providing the inspiration to me to recount my memoirs.
How a “South African “Moegoe”* became “politically aware”…
* I don’t really know how to explain that word
Thanks, once again, Madiba for all you have done for the “always beloved country”
This little e-book of memories is for you and all South Africans
(written in the very dark days of June 1992)
A Traitor’s Heart: The journey of my political awakening: craig lock: 9781494795245: Amazon.com: Books
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