Project Description

if you can walk, you can dance

  • FICTION
  • INR 495
  • 978-93-85285-61-5
  • 216 x 140 mm; 484pp
  • Book print paper
  • Black and white
  • Hardback with dust jacket

Jennie de Villiers, an idealistic and politically engaged student, suddenly has to flee her native South Africa with a boyfriend whom she no longer loves—only to be stranded as an exile in neighbouring Swaziland. Fending for herself in a new culture, she discovers new ways of living and a kind of music that moves her deeply.As the story moves between Africa and 1970s London,the music of different cultures is woven through the narrative. Jennie works, studies, learns music and tries to bring these various strands together to create a fulfilling and meaningful life, as well as discover her way forward—personally and professionally.

Marion Molteno

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Marion Molteno Marion Molteno grew up in South Africa, spent eight years in Zambia where her two daughters were born, and has lived in London since 1977. She has pioneered community education [...]

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