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The World that Made Mandela: A Heritage Trail: 70 Sites of Significance

Callinicos, Luli

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ISBN 10: 1919855017 / ISBN 13: 9781919855011
Published by STE Publishers, 2000
Used Condition: Fair Hardcover
From Chapter 1 (Johannesburg, GAU, South Africa)

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340 pages (complete). A fantastically fascinating book that looks at places associated with the life of Nelson Mandela. Filled with pictures associated with these places and personalities then and more recently. The book is in general fair condition having been avidly owned. The dustjacket is intact but is much worn, torn, scuffed and marked. The board covers have marks from storage and use. There is some wear from storage and shelving. Inside, the pages are bright, tight, energetic, exuberantly illustrated, clean, clear and very welcoming and comfortable. fk. Bookseller Inventory # axon

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Title: The World that Made Mandela: A Heritage ...

Publisher: STE Publishers

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fair

Dust Jacket Condition: Poor

Edition: 1st Edition.

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Using a thousand images of past and present, The world that made Mandela moves from rural villages to the hectic metropolis, from District Six to Robben Island. Tracing his footsteps through sites of public struggle and private development, it illuminates many hidden spaces in our history, while casting new light on the familiar. South Africans will find this book a rich reflection of their cultural and political heritage, and visitors to the country will discover in it the faces of our past and our people. The book breaks new ground in South African biography by identifying both the people and the places that shaped the life of a great man.

About the Author:

Luli Callinicos was born in Johannesburg of Hellenic descent. She became involved in the struggle for democracy in South Africa at an early age and taught history in schools and the emerging trade movement. She recently published the biography of Oliver Tambo, leader and President of the ANC during its thirty years in exile.

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