Too late the Phalarope'So we drove back to Venterspan when the sun was almost down...'
'And the world was full and the wordl was filled with beauty and terror. And darkness came over the grass country, and over the continent of Africa, and over man's home and the earth, and over us all. And the sun went down and never rose again.'
Alan Paton's second novel is more than a story of sexual temptation; more than a story of South Africa's bitter racial problems; it is a tragic masterpiece, a worthy successor to his famous first novel, Cry, the Belove Country.
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