Somehow tenderness survives stories of southern Africa

Title Somehow tenderness survives stories of southern Africa
Names Rochman, Hazel.
Book Number DB030779
Title Status Download Only
Medium Digital Book
Annotation Coming of age under South Africa's apartheid government involves suffering and often violence. In the system of strict racial segregation, a white minority controls the government and denies the black majority most rights. These ten short stories, five by blacks and five by whites, tell what it is like to grow up in South Africa. For junior and senior high and older readers. Some strong language.
Narrator Toren, Suzanne.
Local Subject Short Stories (Fiction) - SST
Young Adult Fiction - YF
English fiction - 823
English & Old English literatures - 820
Female Narrator - FN
Grades 9-12 & Young Adult - JU8
Coming of age - COA
Young Adult Book - YA
General Fiction - GFI
Young Adult Interest - YAI
Adult Book - AD
Adult Fiction - AF
Grades 6-9 & Young Adult - JU7
Juvenile - JU
Juvenile Fiction - JF
Strong Language - ST
LC Subject Race relations - Fiction
South Africa - Race relations - Fiction
Short stories
Language English
Released 2014
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, 2014.
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