Waiting for the Rain: A Novel of South Africa

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Bantam Books, 1989 - Apartheid - 214 pages
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Frikkie and Tengo have been friends since childhood. Frikkie is a white, landowner's nephew. Tengo is black and works on Frikkie's uncle's farm. Tengo hasdreams of freedom, and soon the two friends are torn by the dictates of SouthAfrican apartheid.

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User Review  - Mrs. G's Reading Literature - Goodreads

The theme of the book if you did something wrong to someone don't just stop talking to them cause then they wouldn't want to be your friend anymore then you have to wait for them to forgive you. The ... Read full review

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User Review  - Carol C - Goodreads

This would be a good introduction to apartheid for a high school student. Read full review

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Gordon was born and educated in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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