The Small Bees' Honey: Stories

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White Pine Press, 1997 - Fiction - 196 pages
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Fourteen polished if arid stories of betrayal and alienation in love and war. Brought up in Rhodesia and South Africa, where his family passed for white, and formerly a soldier in the South African army fighting in Angola, Clark is as much preoccupied with race as with war. Here, these themes are addressed in the first person by seemingly unchanging characters who share a similar-sounding voice, despite locales that range from Angola and Cuba to Florida.

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