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walk in the night, and other stories.

Alex La Guma

walk in the night, and other stories.

by Alex La Guma

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Published by Heinemann in [London] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesAfrican writers series -- 35
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6062 A3 W3 1967
The Physical Object
Pagination136p.
Number of Pages136
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17333843M

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A Walk in the Night and Other Stories is a collection of short stories by South African author and anti-apartheid activist, Alex La Guma.

The book was published in and contains seven short stories that detail the injustices arising from South Africa’s system of racial apartheid. A Walk in the Night and Other Stories reveals La Guma as walk in the night of the most important African writers of his time. These works reveal the plight of non-whites in apartheid South Africa, laying walk in the night the lives of the poor and the outcasts who filled the ghettoes and by: "A Walk in the Night" is an appropriate title for this story by Alex la Guma, and for two main reasons.

First, a majority of the scenes occur at night during a walk the main character, Michael. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for A Walk in the Night and Other Stories at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.

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A Walk in the Night and Other Stories reveals La Guma as one of the most important African writers of his time. About the Author Of French and Malagasy stock, involved in South African politics from an early age, Alex La Guma was arrested for treason with others in and finally acquitted in To Walk the Night first earned its place on my to-read list by being a book recommended by one Stephen King on his list of Must Read horror at the back of Danse Macabre.

Being ambitious, and slightly insane, I added all of those books to my to-read list/5. A Walk in the Night and Other Stories was published two years later. A Walk in the Night Summary. The main story in this collection is A Walk in the Night.

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Night Walk and Other Stories By: Maggie Murphy,Amy S. Hansen,Noelle Poulet,Alison Pearce Stevens,Marianne Mitchell,Marileta Robinson Narrated by: Highlights for Children. Unlike many of the stories where supernaturals exist quietly protecting humans from other supernatural threats, in this world Vampire Houses dominate the night, using werewolves as their guard dogs, and any Purebloods (a/k/a humans) found wandering the night are fair game, kept as slaves and used for blood/5(47).

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