Book 9 Streets Paved with Gold

In the first story, a young Xhosa woman is busy cleaning her father’s grave when a stranger appears, claiming that her father is buried in the grave. The confusion is a problem not only for the two women but also for the ancestors. In the second story, a hero in the struggle for freedom is awarded a medal. This gives him an opportunity to reflect on whether his sacrifice was worth it. More

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Words: 9,470
Language: English (South African dialect)
ISBN: 9781311842923
Tags: african
About Clive Cooke

Worked for thirty years in the petrochemical industry in production and marketing, recently retired. Published six books. Intends to devote more time to writing and to travelling.

Specializes in small-scale dramas rather than in epics. A shrewd observer of the complexities of human behavior. Loves contradictions and uncertainties. Health warning: there are several unexploded land mines buried in my writing. The reader is advised to tread warily.

Traveled extensively in Europe, North, Central and South America. Speaks four languages. Photograph: I'm the one on the left wearing the hat.

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