Looking Through the Keyhole


Here we have one of those books that are difficult to describe.The subtittle tells me that it is a collection of dissenting essays on the black experience.professor Manganyi seeks to elicit from his compatriot those memories,feelings and ideas which make him a representative man of his culture.what is it like to be a black person rather than geing white.The theme of African Humanism which emerges in the course of this interview is central to the wide-ranging essays on South African culture.Both the blacks and the whites,wait restlessly for history to deliver its judgement.



Limp illustrated card covers,in v/g clean and sharp condition.Size 9×6 pp 176,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding firm.I notice there are some passages in the text that have been marked in ink,but not a lot,otherwise internaly nice and clean throughout. A v/g–v/g clean copy.


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