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No Place Like and Other Short Stories by Southern African Women Writers

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No Place Like is a selection of short stories that provide insights into the frontiers between the old and new and traditional and modern cultures. The stories focus on the lives of men and women in living in southern Africa.
Hardcover, 236 pages
Published January 1st 1999 by Sterling Publishers Pvt., Ltd.
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Robin Malan has worked in English teaching and theatre in education all his life (his poetry anthologies Inscapes, New Inscapes and Worldscapes are among his many compilations for school use). He has taught in the Department of Drama at Stellenbosch University and tutored in the English Department at the University of Cape Town. He does volunteer work for Triangle Project, the organisation caring ...more
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