Objects & Places from A Woman Alone: Autobiographical Writings

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South Africa

This is where the author is born.

Botswana

This is where the author flees to due to political turmoil.

Johannesburg, South Africa

This is where the author works as a journalist.

Cape Town, South Africa

This is where the author quits teaching and first starts working as a journalist.

Serowe, Botswana

This is the small community where the author lives out her life.

Apartheid

This was the name of a political system that involved brutal oppression of one class by another.

Imperialism

These are the forces that the author sees as dangerous to the physical and economic security as well as to the souls of the oppressed.

Nationalism/Racism

This is a divisive form of tribalism.

African Indigenous Religions

These are known for their pantheistic conceptions of God.

Christianity

This is a world religion based in part on the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Hinduism

This is...

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