Mine BoyPeter Abrahams
This novel was one of the first books to draw attention to the condition of black South Africans under a white regime. Abraham’s forceful but restrained images of discrimination in the gold mines, the appalling housing, and a country boy’s simple and humanitarian act of defiance have struck a chord around the world, making “Mine Boy” a central influence on South African fiction of over forty years.
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