The making of the South African Past. Major historians on Race and Class.


Over the past 100 years,a body of historical knowledge and writing has been built up which has sought to explain and describe the unique configeration of South African society.In the historical evolution of this society prominence and sometimes primacy have been variously accorded to the concepts of race and class.This survey of the lives and works of the Mjor historians of South Africa-G. M. Theal,W. M. Macmillan,C. W. de Kiewiet,Leonard Thomson,Martin Legassick and others examines the ways in which the South African past has been recreated and interpreted anew.

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limp pictorial card covers,clean,but with some corner creasing and slightly chipped edges.Size 8×5 pp 16+240,inc,index,bibliography,references.a collection of reproduced photographic prints as portraites.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.No foxing staining or browning .However there is quite a lot of pen and pencil marking,lining and writing in the margins ,that has spoilt this interesting volume.otherwise reasonably clean.


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