Focuses on the figure of Vera Stark, a middle-aged white South African liberal working for a worthy foundation, and her discovery of greater self-realization, both personal and political.
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A superb stylist, Nadine Gordimer has no need for polemic or finger-wagging. Firmly grounded in physical and psychological detail, memorably evoking the texture of daily life for South Africans of every stripe, her books have earned world-wide acclaim. In the words of The New York Times Book Review, "Gordimer... can not only capture but express in the lives of human beings those moments which are so fleeting, so impalpable, as well as so common that they are overlooked by all but a very rare artist."From the Inside Flap:
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Book Description Penguin Canada, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0140242333
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