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...

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