Beschreibung* From the bestselling author of EVERY SECRET THING comes an extraordinary novel of the truth Commission, set in a hot and dry South African town.
PortraitGillian Slovo (father Joe Slovo, mother Ruth First) was educated in Britain where she has spent all her adult life. Since Nelson Mandela's release she has made frequent visits to South Africa. She has written seven books.
PressestimmenA rich, ambitious and powerful novel. THE TIMES This is a beautifully written novel, with the pace and twists of a thriller and the atmosphere, scents and space of Africa. GUARDIAN Covers the territory of Bernard Schlink's post-Holocaust novel The Reader as well as J.M. Coetzee's Booker-winning Disgrace. SUNDAY TELEGRAPH Red Dust follows Gillian Slovo's remarkable memoir Every Secret Thing. The novel tells the story of what happens to Smitsrivier, a small town in the Karroo when the Truth and Reconciliation Commission comes to visit. Sarah Barcant, a successful prosecuto Not just any man, Alex Mpondo. Alex who was smart in a black suit and a flash yellow shirt that looked like it might have been sewn from silk ... The changes covered every aspect of the man. He seemed taller, more confident, more at ease and even slightly
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Little, Brown Book Group
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2002
Seitenanzahl: General Fiction