Part of My Soul Went with Him

Winnie Mandela (Author), Anne Benjamin (Editor), Mary Benson (Adapted by)

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Winnie Mandela, one of South Africa's most visible and articulate apartheid foes, spent many years as a "banned" person in her own country. She lived under virtual house arrest and was forbidden to address public gatherings or meet with more than one person at a time. She endured a forced separation of 27 years from her husband, Nelson Mandela. Here, in interviews and letters, she tells the story of her life and political development.

Winnie Mandela, one of South Africa's most visible and articulate apartheid foes, spent many years as a "banned" person in her own country. She lived under virtual house arrest and was forbidden to address public gatherings or meet with more than one person at a time. She endured a forced separation of 27 years from her husband, Nelson Mandela. Here, in interviews and letters, she tells the story of her life and political development.

Book Details

  • Paperback
  • November 1985
  • ISBN 978-0-393-30290-5
  • 5.3 × 7.8 in / 168 pages
  • Sales Territory: Worldwide including Canada, but excluding the British Commonwealth.

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