A separate development, Volume 2

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Scribner, 1981 - Fiction - 199 pages
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From his South African jail cell, Harry Moto recounts the story of his attempts to live a marginal life unnoticed by the authorities and his inevitable confrontation with the sinister forces of apartheid

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Published in 1981, this novel is a brilliant satire set in late 1950s South Africa that is at its heart an indictment of apartheid. No wonder this book was banned in South Africa, and was ... Read full review

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Harry Moto is a crazy guy - or is he a normal guy to whom crazy things happen? - absurd, hilarious, corrosive, original, savage, unique, bizarre, horrific - and very, very funny. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1981)

Christopher Hope is a novelist and writer whose works include Serenity House, Darkest England, White Boy Running (1988) and Me, The Moon and Elvis Presley (1997).

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