Everything you need to understand or teach And They Didn't Die by Lauretta Ngcobo.
And They Didn't Die is a novel of the apartheid in South Africa by formerly exiled South African writer Lauretta Ngcobo. The novel follows the life of Jezile, a young wife in the small village of Sigageni. Jezile's husband is forced to work in the larger city of Durban, making it nearly impossible for Jezile to conceive the child that would complete her role as wife. Jezile takes the situation in her own hands, setting a precedence for her behavior that will take her from a rural wife and mother to an incarcerated protestor to a murderess. And They Didn't Die is a comprehensive view of the woman's role in the apartheid and resulting turmoil that defined the life of Africans in South Africa for more than thirty years.
Jezile has only been married for a year, but she has not seen her husband in the majority of...
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