The true confessions of an albino terrorist

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McGraw-Hill, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 535 pages
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A memoir of Breytenbach's seven years in South Africa's prisons - two of them in solitary confinement - this book captures the full horror of life in one of the worst penal systems in the world.

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Like the Rosetta stone, The True Confessions of an Albino Terrorist, is the key to understanding the infamous writer's prison poetry. The book itself has a fascinating history and records the poet's ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nicholas - Goodreads

Amazing, genre-bending reflection on the apartheid system, its paranoia, and its methods of crushing dissent. Breytenbach is an amazing writer, and thus, makes the book a fast, engaging read. Read full review

Contents

THE MOUTH OF VOICES AND OF EARTH
11
Here I Was
15
About Where I Came From
28
Copyright

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