South Africans: A Set of Portrait-poems

Front Cover
University of Natal Press, 1996 - Poetry - 73 pages
0 Reviews
Provides a series of portraits, of people as individuals and in groups of individuals, drawn from a variety of cultural and economic settings. The title, thus, provides a glimpse of the astonishing diversity of the people who are South Africans.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

PART
3
Sakhile Wilberforce Mavundla
9
Motos Mota and Fikile Duma
15
Ken Lee
25
Melissa Henwood
31
Laura Bradley
37
PART
45
Family
58
Florence Eve Martin
71
Copyright

About the author (1996)

Chris Mann is a lecturer in European history at the University of Surrey and University College, London. A holder of a doctorate in war studies from King's College, London, his area of expertise is Scandanavian military history in the twentieth century, specifically during World War II. He is the author of Norwegian Armed Forces in Exile 1940-1945, and The T-34, and co-author of Inside Hitler's Germany. He currently lives in London.

Bibliographic information