5 edition of Frieda and Min found in the catalog.
March 1, 2001
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|Number of Pages||348|
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Frieda is Jewish and lives in Jo'burg, Min is the daughter of a doctor who treats people in the bush of South Africa. It is the time of Apartheid. A great story of clashing cultures: Jewish with other whites and whites with blacks, expectations, traditions, and the importance of family/5(14).
This book is the story of Frieda (a Jewish girl) and Min (a white girl), two friends coming of age in South Africa under Apartheid. The novel's social interest lies mainly in its depiction of Apartheid from two non-native perspectives: Frieda and her family are not overtly racist, but they Frieda and Min book to the system ("It's just the way things are"); Min, on the other hand, devotes her life to fighting for racial justice/5(7).
This book is the story of Frieda (a Jewish girl) and Min (a white girl), two friends coming of age in South Africa under Apartheid. The novel's social interest lies mainly in its depiction of Apartheid from two non-native perspectives: Frieda and her family are not overtly racist, but they acquiesce to the system ("It's just the way things are"); Min, on the other hand, devotes her life to fighting for racial justice/5(7).
Frieda and Min, above all, is a story of friendship--a friendship between two adolescent girls which begins under unusual and difficult circumstances, but develops over time and circumstances into an unbreakable bond/5(7).
Freida and Min are both outsiders in white South Africa, Min Frieda and Min book been raised in the bush by her idealistic father, and Freida the daughter of a poor Jewish saxophone player. Their strange but 3/5(1). Min and Frieda are both outsiders - Min, raised in the Bush by her idealistic doctor father, and Frieda, daughter of a poor Jewish saxophone player.
The two girls, thrown together, form a strange but loyal friendship, a friendship that is to last. Frieda and Min. [Pamela Jooste] -- This is a moving novel about the friendship between two women against the backdrop of South Africa under apartheid. Pamela Jooste has.
Frieda and Min. The transformation of strangers into the closest of confidantes is the subject of this provocative, lyrical coming-of-age novel by South African writer Jooste (Dance with a Poor. The books spine is also tore creating a huge space and making the book itself flimsy and fragile (as seen in the last picture attached).
Keep in mind I purchased this book “new”. Such a disappointment in receiving such an amazing book in such poor Reviews: Frieda B. is a children's book series written to encourage the whole child and the free-to-be story within each child.
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When Frieda first met Min, with her golden hair and ivory bones, what struck her most was that Min was wearing a pair of African sandals, the sort made out of old car tyres.
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Frieda: A Novel of the Real Lady Chatterley About the Book: The moving story of Frieda von Richthofen, wife of D.H. Lawrence - and the real-life inspiration for Lady Chatterley's Lover, a novel banned for more than 30 years Germany, Frieda, daughter of aristocrat Baron von Richthofen, has rashly married English professor Ernest Weekley.
A scandalous, wicked and extremely well-written novel about the sensational story of Frieda von Richthofen, wife of D.H. Lawrence - and the real-life inspiration for Lady Chatterley's Lover, the classic novel banned for more than 30 years. I couldn't fault it. It was like I /5(38).
She is the author of four critically acclaimed novels: Frieda and Min, Like Water in Wild Places, People Like Ourselves and Dance with a Poor Man's Daughter, her first novel, which won the Commonwealth Best First Book Award for the African Region; the Samlam Literary Award, and the Book Data South African Booksellers' Choice Award/5(4).
Despite their different backgrounds, Frieda and Min become the closest of friends. And over the years, as Frieda makes an unhappy marriage to another rich businessman, and as Min takes up her father's old profession as a doctor out in rural South Africa near her old home, working with Catholic missionaries, the friendship miraculously s: 7.
Frieda is an imaginative girl, who, as the title provides, rediscovers along with the reader that she is "free-to-be herself" through this gem of a book. And it seems that these days we need this simple reminder to use, embrace, I picked this up at the AHG Leadership Conference where I met the author and I am tickled with just how fun /5(10).
Frieda and Min by Pamela Jooste A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.
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