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Sinclair-Stevenson, publishers, London - ISBN:1856195155, 1995. softcover, 6" x 9¼. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, barcode etc. Book in GOOD condition. In 1977 the author visited South Africa to teach English at a new multi-racial school in Botswana. Fifteen years later - inspired by a dream - he returns, and at the start of one of the most momentous periods in its history he travels South Africa to discover the real feelings, concerns and hopes of its people. From Afrikaaners to Zulus, from beggars to barristers, Mark McCrum meets people from across all social, political and racial divides, finding a nation riven with fear but united in hope.