|Ah, but Your Land Is Beautiful (novel)||1981||Book|
|Apartheid and the Archbishop (biography)||1973||Book|
|Case History of a Pinky||1972||Short Story|
|Cry, the Beloved Country (novel)||1948||Book|
|Debbie Go Home||1960||Short Story|
|Instrument of Thy Peace||1968||Essay|
|Journey Continued: An Autobiography (autobiography, part 2)||1988||Book|
|Knocking on the Door||1975||Short Story|
|Kontakio for You Departed/For You Departed (memoir)||1969||Book|
|Save the Beloved Country||1989||Essay|
|South Africa in Transition||1956||Essay|
|South African Tragedy||1965||Essay|
|Special: The Negro in America Today||1954||Essay|
|Tales from a Troubled Land||1961||Collection|
|The Hero of Currie Road: The Complete Short Pieces||2008||Collection|
|The Land and People of South Africa||1955||Book|
|The Long View||1967|
|The Lost City of the Kalahari (travel)||2006||Book|
|The Perfidy of Maatland||1978||Short Story|
|Too Late the Phalarope (novel)||1953||Book|
|Towards the Mountain (autobiography, part 1)||1980||Book|
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