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New South Africa emerged peacefully and full of hope after Apartheid. Yet life is looking desperate for one white family, struggling to survive. Martha, Hendrik and their daughter Magda are six months behind with their rent when they are finally asked to vacate their house in the quiet town of Wolseley. Selling their remaining things, they head to Cape Town, their last chance. Cape Town proves to be unconcerned with their misfortune and the broken family must navigate the streets. It is from the streets that they'll learn that though Apartheid has ended, it is poverty that still segregates. Each character narrates their part of the story and the journey, moving further away from the hot coffee and sanity of Wolseley.
|Publisher:||South Africa Writing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)|
About the Author
J. John le Grange studied creative writing at the University of Cape Town under novelist Joan Hambidge. He was a place winner in the 2000 Seoul Creative Writing competition and briefly edited South Africa Writing, a magazine for creative writers in South Africa. He lives in Cape Town.