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A Chain of Voices

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Originally published  1982
Author  André Brink
Works by André Brink  An Instant in the Wind, An Act of Terror, Rumours of Rain, Devil's Valley, A Dry White Season
Similar  An Instant in the Wind, Rumours of Rain, Imaginings of Sand
A Chain of Voices - Wikipedia

A Chain of Voices is a 1982 novel by Afrikaans writer Andre Brink. The novel is a historical novel which recounts the roots of the apartheid system during the early part of the 19th century. The novel focuses on a slave revolt center in the country north-east of Cape Town. The novel uses a coalition of voices, representing the whole range of social groups in South Africa.

Reception

The New York Times reviewer Julian Moynahan called the novel the "best novel I've read since Robert Stone's A Flag for Sunrise" describing it as a "massive and ambituous, and surpassing Brink's previous apartheid novel A Dry White Season.

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