A prisoner in the garden: the Nelson Mandela Foundation
An extraordinary visual journey documenting Nelson Mandela’s twenty-seven years in prison on Robben Island, Prisoner in the Garden contains previously unpublished images, documents, and diary and letter extracts, as well as some original notes from the writing of Mandela’s bestselling autobiography, A Long Walk to Freedom, and other archival material that helps illustrate the life in jail of the world’s most famous political prisoner. As moving and inspirational as its predecessor, A Long Walk to Freedom,Prisoner in the Garden digs even deeper into Mandela’s prison years. This groundbreaking book is an international publication event. It is being published by Penguin South Africa, UK, Canada, and USA.
Rich in imagery, Prisoner in the Garden provides compelling insight into the prison life of one of the elder statesman of our time.
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Review: A Prisoner in the Garden: Photos, Letters, and NotesUser Review - Margaret Bryant - Goodreads
absolutely fascinating. beautifully designed. Read full review
Review: A Prisoner in the Garden: Photos, Letters, and NotesUser Review - Celeste - Goodreads
This book had tons of pictures of the prison, and the things from Nelson Mandela's past. But my burning question about the details of his own family weren't answered but he may not have wanted that included. A really amazing man who endured so much hardship! Read full review
Foreword by Nelson Mandela
Introduction by John Samuel
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