The outsider on the inside. The one who watches and listens.
Growing up Jewish in a small Free State town in the 1950s and ’60s,
Jennifer Friedman moves between child and adult, black and white,
as Verwoerd’s grand apartheid divides SA. There are midnight
escapes, stolen loot, banned comics, hideous encounters with bras,
terrifying policemen, albino messengers and Pa’s beatings. Told
with humour and pathos, Friedman’s memoir brings to life a strong
sense of place, love, rebellion and betrayal.
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