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Wit issie 'n colour nie

Angedrade stories

Nathan Trantraal

ISBN:

9780795707988

Publisher:

Kwela

Date Released:

February 2018

Price (incl. VAT):

R 240.00

Format:

Soft cover, 160pp


About this book:

Wit issie 'n colour nie is a collection of life-stories about living in a coloured township on the outskirts of the Cape Flats. It covers identity, racial politics, culture and questions the South Africa we find ourselves in. It's filled with off-beat humour, raw honesty and harrowing accounts of navigating life on the Flats. This collection is deeply personal and a disturbingly true representation of life from the other side of the tracks.


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