None to Accompany Me

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A&C Black, Mar 15, 2012 - Fiction - 288 pages
14 Reviews
Set in South Africa, this is the story of Vera Stark, a lawyer and an independent mother of two, who works for the Legal Foundation representing blacks trying to reclaim land that was once theirs. As her country lurches towards majority rule, so she discovers a need to reconstruct her own life.
  

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User Review  - Hana - Goodreads

I tried, but not very hard. It's not my sort of thing at all. Rather too much sex, extremely odd punctuation and a very visually uncomfortable typeface. Read full review

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User Review  - Felicia - Goodreads

I am not interested in finishing this book right now. It has sat by my bed for way too long. It is definitely well written but I am not enjoying it. Read full review

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Contents

TRANSIT
33
ARRIVALS
229
A NOTE ON THE AUTHOR
325
Copyright

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About the author (2012)

Nadine Gordimer's many novels include The Conservationist, joint winner of the Booker Prize, Get A Life, Burger's Daughter, July's People, My Son's Story, The Pickup and, most recently, No Time Like the Present. Her collections of short stories include The Soft Voice of the Serpent, Something Out There, Jump, Loot and, most recently, Beethoven Was One-Sixteenth Black. She has also collected and edited Telling Tales, a story anthology published in fourteen languages whose royalties go to HIV/AIDS organisations. In 2010 her nonfiction writings were collected in Telling Times and a substantial selection of her stories was published in Life Times. Nadine Gordimer was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1991. She lives in South Africa.

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