Author: Bernard Sachs With Author's Inscription Publisher: Kayor Publishers (1959) Condition: Good. The DJ has some wear, torn on the edges and a large chip to the head of the spine. Offsetting to the bottom and top edge of the boards and spine. Internally the binding is cracked at some places but still solidly bound otherwise clean, bright. Binding: Hardcover with dust jacket Pages: 208 Dimensions: 22 x 15.3 x 2.5 cm
Weight: 0.6 kg
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Mr Sachs gives us new insights into the characters he delineates. His handling of well-known landmarks, such as City Hall Steps, the Gaiety Cafe, Malay Camp and many others, are evocative of an interesting past that still stirs nostalgic longings. There is also a fine study of the City of Capetown.
The books speaks the language of the Rand, and I doubt whether any other writer has caught more than the faintest murmur of it. They are solid credentials. Mr Sachs not only writes well but with humour and warmth.