Move Your Shadow by Joseph Lelyveld

This book provides an insightful and detailed account of life under apartheid in South Africa. The author, a former New York Times correspondent, presents a deeply personal and political narrative, exploring the daily lives of people from all walks of life, from black miners to Afrikaner bureaucrats, and the complex and often brutal realities they face. The book also delves into the historical, economic, and political factors that have perpetuated apartheid, as well as the resistance movements and international pressures that have sought to dismantle it.

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