July's People Paperback
Part of the New Longman Literature series
This volume is part of a new series of novels, plays and stories at GCSE/Key Stage 4 level, designed to meet the needs of the National Curriculum syllabus.
Each text includes an introduction, pre-reading activities, notes and coursework activities.
Also provided is a section on the process of writing, often compiled by the author.
South Africa is in flames. The battle against white oppression is raging. Forced to flee their comfortable middle-class home, Maureen and Bam and their children seek refuge in the village of their black manservant, July.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 192 pages, b&w line drawings and tone illustrations
- Publisher: Pearson Education Limited
- Publication Date: 18/02/1991
- Category: English literature
- ISBN: 9780582060111
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Review by rainstaindpages
VERY POORLY WRITTEN, i thought, very scatterbrained and hard to read well. ugh it was awful trying to read this, and i really tried. I had to read it for senior year summer reading. it was an awesome topic, but someone should have taken writing classes!! it would have gotten out to the world if it was written better!