Karoo

Author: Steve Tesich
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448182263
Size: 80.31 MB
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Oscar-winning writer Steve Tesich masterfully creates and destroys the sad, mad world of Saul Karoo.

The Great Karoo

Author: Leon Nell
Publisher: Struik Publishers
ISBN:
Size: 16.19 MB
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To follow in the format and style of Garden Route and Little Karoo. Leon Nell has moved to De Rust in the Great Karoo of South Africa to research and write this book.

Karoo Boy

Author: Troy Blacklaws
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480410020
Size: 57.23 MB
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Immersed in rich language and vivid detail, and set against the backdrop of 1970s South Africa, Karoo Boy is the story of a young man finding his way in the midst of chaos and loss.

The Karoo

Author: W. Richard J. Dean
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139429153
Size: 56.73 MB
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This book, originally published in 1999, is the first to synthesise these studies, presenting information on biogeographic patterns and life processes, form and function of animals and plants, foraging ecology, landscape-level dynamics and ...

Karoo Moons

Author: Richard Mark Dobson
Publisher: Struik
ISBN: 1770070125
Size: 31.12 MB
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I find this image sad and beautiful, as it symbolises the impact of centuries of
hunting and farming on the biodiversity of the Karoo. From the remains of
armadillos, elephants, zebras, crocodiles and pythons that are on display, it's
clear that the owner is extremely proud of his “trophies”.' – Richard Dobson The
periodic migrations of millions of springbok, wildebeest and eland across the
Karoo in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries are the stuff of legend, with one
eyewitness ...

Karoo Moose

Author: Lara Foot Newton
Publisher: Oberon Books
ISBN: 1783194189
Size: 61.16 MB
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A story of pain, redemption and hope, combining traditional African storytelling and magical realism the multi-award-winning Karoo Moose was first produced by the Baxter Theatre, Cape Town.

Karoo Ramblings

Author: David Biggs
Publisher: Struik
ISBN: 9781868729418
Size: 77.84 MB
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Most city people will agree: there's no meat to compare with Karoo lamb. The sad
thing is that hardly anybody in the city has actually experienced the flavour of real
Karoo lamb. Don't be fooled by the neatly packaged stuff you see in the
supermarket coolers marked "Karoo Lamb". It may have come from the Karoo, but
there's not likely to be much of the proper flavour left by the time it reaches the
Styrofoam tray. There's a simple reason for this - adrenalin. The poor animal has
probably ...

The Man Who Cursed The Wind And Other Stories From The Karoo

Author: de Prada-Samper, José Manuel
Publisher: African Sun Press
ISBN: 0620731044
Size: 66.65 MB
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Told by Dawid Slinger, Ceres, Tankwa Karoo My father and them talked a lot
about Dirk Ligter, but I really don't know much, or how do you say, took much
notice. But once there was an event, where you come out of Skilderykloof, on the
Calvinia road, there it [took place]. And Dirk Ligter was in that area. And the
police or the law were looking for him. Then they found him. And it was in the
evening, it seems, that they found him. And in those days the police still rode
onhorses. And they ...

Karoo Plainsong

Author: Barbara Mutch
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1848765207
Size: 42.83 MB
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Madam didn't seem to notice if it took a while to post letters, so I could return via
the Karoo Gardens on Market Square where there were wooden benches that I
was allowed to sit on. I could stare up at the palm trees over my head, or at the
flaming aloes in their square flower beds, and repeat the words I'd read while the
sun warmed my bare feet. Then it was along Church Street – like Adderley, also
broad on account of wagons and oxen needing to turn about in years gone by –
and ...