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|Publisher:||Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd.|
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This author shows us her world view with a compassionate lens. She is loving and loyal and up to date with world politics in her time. There is a lot of information about early United States and the United Kingdom as it related to South Africa in the early 1900s. She is a good writer reminding us about the attitudes of our forefathers. She wrote about how Ben Franklin and George Washington tried to keep the "maiden vessel moored close to the mother's side." Comparing the U.S. independence to the South African independence from what was then called England, we feel the love she has for all people and the land of all countries. This woman is a great person and a talented writer. Read the book, it will make you proud.