0971 Alan Paton

Alan Paton

Ah, but Your Land Is Beautiful (novel)1981Book
Apartheid and the Archbishop (biography)1973Book
Case History of a Pinky1972Short Story
Cry, the Beloved Country (novel)1948Book
Debbie Go Home1960Short Story
Hofmeyer (biography)1964Book
Instrument of Thy Peace1968Essay
Journey Continued: An Autobiography (autobiography, part 2)1988Book
Knocking on the Door1975Short Story
Kontakio for You Departed/For You Departed (memoir)1969Book
Save the Beloved Country1989Essay
South Africa in Transition1956Essay
South African Tragedy1965Essay
Special: The Negro in America Today1954Essay
Spono1961Short Story
Tales from a Troubled Land1961Collection
The Hero of Currie Road: The Complete Short Pieces2008Collection
The Land and People of South Africa1955Book
The Long View1967
The Lost City of the Kalahari (travel)2006Book
The Perfidy of Maatland1978Short Story
Too Late the Phalarope (novel)1953Book
Towards the Mountain (autobiography, part 1)1980Book


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