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Maharaj (Mac) Editor

REFLECTIONS IN PRISON (Signed by the author)

Published: Zebra Press and the Robben Island Museum, Cape Town, 2001

Edition: First edition

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First edition. xvii, 253 pages, 8 full page black and white portraits by different South African artists, bound in full blue leather titled in silver on the upper cover and spine, a fine copy.

Biographical sketches of the artists appear on pages 243 -246

Editor’s note: This compilation of writings by the pioneers of the South African struggle provides a fascinating insight into our history. It reminds us where we as a country have come from, and inspires us to face the challenges that lie ahead.

The inscription reads: Best wishes Mac Maharaj 11.12.2001 Joberg

In the foreword Desmond Tutu quotes George Santayana 'Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it? We need to know our past, to acknowlege it, to atone for it where appropriate, and so to resolve never to let the awful parts of it happen again.'

No 4 in the Robben Island Memories Series

  • Overall Condition: A fine copy
  • Size: 4to (250 x190mm)
  • Name: Clarke's Africana & Rare Books
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