Nostalgic Waves from Soweto : Poetic Memories of the June 16th Uprising.

By: Rachilo, SolPublisher: Grant Park : African Perspectives Publishing, 2009Copyright date: ©2009Description: 1 online resource (100 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780981439846Subject(s): South Africa -- History -- Soweto Uprising, 1976 -- Poetry.;Soweto (South Africa) -- PoetryGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Nostalgic Waves from Soweto : Poetic Memories of the June 16th UprisingDDC classification: 823.92 LOC classification: PR9369.4.R34 -- .R334 2009ebOnline resources: Click to View
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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- About Sol Rachilo -- Foreword -- Introduction -- 'X' -- The Signatories -- Let's Recall -- Boots in the Night -- Lament -- Child Crushed by Casspir -- One of the Next Seven -- The Creation of an Innocent Criminal -- Eleventh Hour -- The Black Cloth -- Comrade Chris -- Nomzamo -- To Stompie -- Soweto, I Salute You -- Melody for a Father -- Longing to be Loved -- The Couple's Song -- As Luck Would Have It -- Uskhova Wasemasotsheni eB.E.S.L. -- Profession of Despair -- Night Sweepers -- What Lurks -- Oliver Twist in Soweto -- Baby Found in Plastic Bag -- The Night She Passed On -- Something to Live for -- Matshidiso -- The Cripple at the Party -- What Change is There? -- Loose Cannons -- My Soweto Dream -- Looking Through the Hazy Glass -- The Grave -- The Tree by the River -- The Torch -- Caged in Your Mind -- Awake but Not Alone -- Dreaming of the Future -- Paradise -- Remember -- But Once -- Miracles Abound -- Back Cover.
Summary: Soweto during the 1970s was riven with violence and brutality, the brunt of which was borne by the young people of that period, who took the lead in the struggle against apartheid oppression. Himself a product of the era, Sol Rachilo turned both to science and to art as he strove to depict the atmosphere and the emotions of the people of those tumultuous times. Not relying solely on his own deeply engraved memories, he spent 18 months researching the events which swirled around the Morris Isaacson High School, a magnet for the activists and intellectuals of the time. The book especially highlights the happenings of 1976 and 1977, two years of strife in this politically charged township which was the home of all the founding fathers of what Sol calls, �our cherished freedom� � Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Nthato Motlana, Desmond Tutu, Mothopeng and Sobukwe.
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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- About Sol Rachilo -- Foreword -- Introduction -- 'X' -- The Signatories -- Let's Recall -- Boots in the Night -- Lament -- Child Crushed by Casspir -- One of the Next Seven -- The Creation of an Innocent Criminal -- Eleventh Hour -- The Black Cloth -- Comrade Chris -- Nomzamo -- To Stompie -- Soweto, I Salute You -- Melody for a Father -- Longing to be Loved -- The Couple's Song -- As Luck Would Have It -- Uskhova Wasemasotsheni eB.E.S.L. -- Profession of Despair -- Night Sweepers -- What Lurks -- Oliver Twist in Soweto -- Baby Found in Plastic Bag -- The Night She Passed On -- Something to Live for -- Matshidiso -- The Cripple at the Party -- What Change is There? -- Loose Cannons -- My Soweto Dream -- Looking Through the Hazy Glass -- The Grave -- The Tree by the River -- The Torch -- Caged in Your Mind -- Awake but Not Alone -- Dreaming of the Future -- Paradise -- Remember -- But Once -- Miracles Abound -- Back Cover.

Soweto during the 1970s was riven with violence and brutality, the brunt of which was borne by the young people of that period, who took the lead in the struggle against apartheid oppression. Himself a product of the era, Sol Rachilo turned both to science and to art as he strove to depict the atmosphere and the emotions of the people of those tumultuous times. Not relying solely on his own deeply engraved memories, he spent 18 months researching the events which swirled around the Morris Isaacson High School, a magnet for the activists and intellectuals of the time. The book especially highlights the happenings of 1976 and 1977, two years of strife in this politically charged township which was the home of all the founding fathers of what Sol calls, �our cherished freedom� � Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Nthato Motlana, Desmond Tutu, Mothopeng and Sobukwe.

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