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March 2019
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Area Studies, African Studies, Sociology: General Interest, History, African History, Sociology

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The author uses the image of blood under the skin as a way of understanding cultural and literary forms in contemporary South Africa. Chapters deal with the bloodied histories of apartheid and blood as trope for talking about change.

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