African women: three generations

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Tells the personal stories of the author's grandmother, mother and sister, and how they faced desperate and dire circumstances to survive and raise their families. The book also shows how their lives were caught up in the events of South Africa, yet also involved problems specific to women.
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Grouping Title african women three generations
Grouping Author mathabane mark
Grouping Category book
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author Mathabane, Mark.
author_display Mathabane, Mark
display_description Providing a dramatic, moving look at three generations of black South African women, a biography of the author's grandmother, mother, and sister reveals overwhelming personal trials and the repercussions of larger events such as colonialism and apartheid.
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literary_form_full Non Fiction
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publishDate 1994
record_details ils:193128|Book|Books|1st ed.|English|HarperCollins|c1994|134 p.
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subject_facet Apartheid -- South Africa, Black women -- South Africa -- Social conditions, Family -- South Africa, South Africa -- Social conditions
title_display African women three generations
title_full African women three generations Mathabane, Mark.
title_short African women
title_sub three generations
topic_facet Apartheid, Black women, Family, Social conditions