In Darkest Hollywood by Peter David
Exploring the Jungles of South Africa

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Davis's path-breaking study relating film-making to broader social issues explains in part why the world tolerated South Africa's apartheid and racial brutality for so long.
 

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Peter David is the author of Fable: The Balverine Order and Fable: Blood Ties, as well as the fantasy novels Tigerheart, Sir Apropos of Nothing, The Woad to Wuin, Knight Life, and the quirky werewolf story Howling Mad. He is famous for writing some of the most popular original Star Trek: The Next Generation novels, including Imzadi and A Rock and a Hard Place, as well as the official novels of the movies Transformers, Iron Man, Spider-Man, and The Incredible Hulk. He has written just about every famous comic book superhero, including Captain Marvel, Spider-Man, and the futuristic Spider-Man 2099, and has scripted the bestselling Gunslinger Born graphic adaptation of the acclaimed Stephen King Dark Tower series. He collaborated with J. Michael Straczynski on the Babylon 5 novels and comic book series, and with Bill Mumy he created the Nickelodeon television series Space Cases. In his spare time, David writes movie screenplays, children’s books, and television scripts.
 
Published December 31, 1995 by Ravan Press (Pty) Ltd. 270 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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This intriguing book, a companion volume to a documentary film of the same name, elaborates how screen views of South Africa, especially of black South Africans, long helped maintain distorted, racist

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This intriguing book, a companion volume to a documentary film of the same name, elaborates how screen views of South Africa, especially of black South Africans, long helped maintain distorted, racist images.

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