A fork in the road: a memoir
From his conflicting childhood experiences in South Africa, to his discovery in 1960s Paris of a wider artistic life, followed by his decision to return home and oppose the apartheid establishment, Andre Brink tells the story of a life lived in tumultuous times.
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