Behind The Walled Garden of Apartheid

Set against the backdrop of the draconian apartheid regime, Behind the Walled Garden of Apartheid, Datnow’s memoir of growing up in South Africa deftly conjures up the era's blatant racism and the rich African landscape. The author vividly recreates her growing up years as white and Jewish at the height of the apartheid regime. More

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  • Category: Nonfiction » History » Africa
  • Words: 73,760
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780984277865
About Claire Datnow

Claire Klein Datnow was born and raised in South Africa. Her first published worked appeared in the Johannesburg daily newspaper, promoting the cause of game preservation. She was surprised by the twenty rand (about $50.00) she received for the article, which made an entire page with a handsome picture of the rhino photographed by her husband. She taught creative writing to gifted and talented students, and now writes full time. She is the proud grandmother of six precious granddaughters. She and her husband live and pursue their avocations—nature and travel photography and videography—on a mountaintop in Birmingham, Alabama. Excerpts from her soon-to-be-published novel, The Nine Inheritors, have been published in the On Line Journal:

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