Too Late the Phalarope by Alan PatonToo Late the Phalarope by Alan Paton

Too Late the Phalarope

byAlan Paton

Paperback | January 3, 1996

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From the author of Cry, The Beloved Country comes a powerful novel of terror and remorse “written in exquisitely balanced prose” (Chicago Sun-Times) about a white policeman who has an affair with a native girl in South Africa.

After violating his country’s ironclad law governing relationships between the races, a young white South African police lieutenant must struggle alone against the censure of an inflexible society, his family, and himself.

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Political activist Alan Steward Paton was born on January 11, 1903 in Natal, South Africa. He attended Maritzburg College and Natal University. He taught at Ixopo High School and Maritzburg College. In 1935, he was appointed principal of Diepkloof Reformatory for African Boys in Johannesburg and became interested in race relations. Alt...
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Title:Too Late the PhalaropeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.8 inPublished:January 3, 1996Publisher:Scribner

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ISBN - 10:0684818957

ISBN - 13:9780684818955

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After violating his country's ironclad law governing relationships between races, a young white South African police lieutenant must struggle alone against the censure of an inflexible society, his family, and himself.