Patrick Duncan: South African and Pan-African

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James Currey Publishers, 1980 - Literary Collections - 326 pages
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Born son of a Governor-General of South Africa, Patrick Duncan rejected the attitudes of his privileged background to follow the Gandhian way of passive reistance, even to jail. This biography traces the life and times of Duncan and the changes and struggles in late-twentieth century South Africa. South Africa: David Philip(NAB)
 

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September 193441 Th1s 1s a c1v1l1zed country
15
Changing
37
19458 If all my choices had been as wise
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194852 Surely God can use even a bent tool
71
South Africa
87
19558 Always a bad comb1ner
120
19589 There cant be a Contact w1thout me
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December 19592 We are not leading corpses
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May 1962March 1964 7 know I shouldnt be here
213
March 1964July 1965 This unproductive bitterness
240
July 1965June 1967 We are all under sentence
256
7 th1nk a summ1ngup after the death is needed
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Bibliography
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