Nutshell Book Review #1: July’s People by Nadine Gordimer

We spend 15 Seconds In the Stacks with guest student librarian, Carina Langstraat, from San Jose State University, reviewing July's People by Nadine Gordimer.

"Set in 1980’s South Africa during the unraveling of apartheid, experience the shift in tide a white family suddenly feels as they find themselves relying on their black servant to protect them from racial upheaval."




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