South From the Limpopo
Overlook Press, 01.03.2001 - 432 Seiten
This powerful book places the complex and apparently insoluble problems of South Africa in a new light, and movingly exhibits the great love she and the people she met share for the country.Dervla Murphy has been recording her travel experiences—treks through (among other places) India, Transylvania, and several countries in Africa—for well over thirty years. In South from the Limpopo, she continues her writings on the African continent, bringing her unique insights to the still-troubled country of South Africa.
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LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - danoomistmatiste - LibraryThing
Intrepid traveller Murphy cycles her way across South Africa during the momentous events of 1994 when power was transferred from Afrikaners to the ANC led by Nelson Mandela. This book is however not ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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I absolutely loved Murphy's "Full Tilt" about her ride to India on a bicycle, so I really looked forward to reading "South from the Limpopo" about her bicycle trips in South Africa. However, I found ... Vollständige Rezension lesen