In His Own Words is a selection of Nelson Mandela's speeches, providing a lively, memorable profile of his lifelong commitment to freedom and reconciliation, democracy, and the flourishing of all the people of South Africa, Africa and the world.
Arranged thematically, each section of speeches is introduced by a leading figure, such as Kofi Annan and Desmond Tutu. In these introductory essays, the authors pay tribute to Nelson Mandela's achievements, animating their accounts with personal memories, stories and reflections.
Covering a range of topics of our times - struggle and reconciliation, freedom, religion and nation building, culture, education and health, children and development - the book also features Mandela's own tributes to South African heroes such as Steve Biko, Oliver Tambo and Walter Sisulu.
Are there any more words of praise that can be offered to a man descrived as the world's greatest living statesman? This would be incredibly difficult, but by having Mandela's own words tell the story there is little need for much else... Magnificent. - PRIDEAt it's heart there is a book that should be in every home. - SUNDAY HERALDA testament to a man who uniquely combines sweetness with steel. - INDEPENDENTA major achievement - OBSERVER
Number Of Pages: 608
Published: March 2005
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 12.7 x 19.8 x 4.0
Weight (kg): 0.51
Edition Number: 1