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    A Decade of Printmaking 1999 – 2009
    R300.00 inc. VAT

    A Decade of American Contemporary Prints: 1999-2009 provides an overview of a unique roaming survey exhibition of print projects published by The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University over a 10-year period.

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    A Dog Day
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    A Fourfold Vision

    After treasuring the exeperience of having known Ralph Eugene Meatyard at the turn of the 1970s and then holding hs work in the highest esteem for the whole of my adult lide, it is a sobeing joy to revisit these spontaneous, imaginative and transcendent photographs again, thirty years later. Of course the world had changed and i have changed too, but the photographs themselves continue to speak to us of a world beyond the one we normally see.

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    A Free Mind
    R120.00 inc. VAT

    During his 26 years in jail Ahmed Kathrada refused to allow the apartheid regime to confine his mind

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    A Guide to the Architecture of Durban and Pietermaritzburg
    R140.00 inc. VAT

    This handsome pocket guide to the major buildings of Durban and Pietermaritzburg is the first of its kind available. Covering about 250 buildings of all styles and kinds, from the grand Edwardian city halls and stylish Art Deco apartment buildings to the gleaming office blocks of the 1990s and the community centres in the townships, the book offers an introduction to the architecture of the two major cities of KwaZulu-Natal.

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    A Hill of Fools
    R220.00 inc. VAT

    A Hill of Fools cleverly brings together a poetic and traditional story-telling style with the daunting challenges that contemporary Africa faces to create a compelling and memorable read that resonates with the complexity and beauty of Africa.

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    A History of Christianity
    R250.00 inc. VAT

    A History Of Christianity is a major new six-part religious series, presented by Diarmaid MacCulloch – one of the world’s leading historians and Professor of History of the Church and Fellow at St Cross College Oxford. This fascinating series will reveal the true origins of Christianity and delve into what it means to be a Christian.

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    A History of Histories
    R200.00 inc. VAT

    With a light step and graceful narrative, Burrow gathers together over 2,500 years of the moments and decisions that have helped create Western identity. This unique approach is an incredible lens with which to view the past. Standing alone in its ambition, scale and fascination, Burrow’s history of history is certain to stand the test of time.

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    A History of South Africa
    R200.00 inc. VAT

    Newly revised and updated to include the retirement of Mandela, Frank Welsh’s vividly written, even-handed and authoritative history casts new light on many of South Africa’s most cherished myths. It will surely come to be regarded as definitive.

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    A Human Being Died That Night


    An acutely nuanced and original study of a state-sanctioned mass murderer. Not since Dead Man Walking have we seen so provocative a first-person encounter with the human face of evil. Eugene de Kock, the commanding officer of state-sanctioned apartheid death squads, is currently serving 212 years in jail for crimes against humanity.

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    A Hundred Silences


    A Hundred Silences is the third collection of poetry by Gabeba Baderoon – recipient of the DaimlerChrysler Award for South African Poetry in 2005. In this new selection of poems the poet explores how every room has its own silences, its own memories and secrets.

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    A is for Artist
    R250.00 inc. VAT

    A colorful contemporary ABC book created by award-winning English designer Ella Doran especially for Tate.

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    A Jacana Pocket History:The Soweto Uprising
    R130.00 inc. VAT

    The 1976 Soweto uprising represented a real turning point in South Africa’s history. Even to contemporaries it seemed to mark the beginning of the end of apartheid. It also brought into the political equation the role of youth, who were to play a vital role in the township revolts of the 1980s.

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