A Sport of Nature: A Novel
New York : Knopf, 1987 - 341 ページ
After being abandoned by her mother, Hillela was pushed onto relatives where she was taught social graces. But when she betrayed her position as surrogate daughter, she was cast adrift. Later she fell into a heroic role in the overthrow of apartheid.
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