Kaffir Boy: The True Story of a Black Youth's Coming of Age in Apartheid South Africa Movies & Media Adaptations

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An abridged audio version of Kaffir Boy was released in 1988 by Dove Audio Inc. The threehour tape is read by the actor Howard Rollins. Currently, it is out of print but can still be purchased from Amazon.com.

The Library of Congress maintains a free reading service for the blind and handicapped at http:// www.loc.gov/nls/ with links to unabridged audio recordings of Kaffir Boy that may be requested either by qualifying individuals or teachers of qualifying individuals.

Mathabane maintains a web page at http://www. mathabane.com/index.html with links to numerous speeches, essays, preface, and first chapters of his books—including three recent novels: Ubuntu, The Last Liberal, and Deadly Memory. Visitors may also request free copies of articles or purchase autographed copies of Mathabane's books online.

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