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Author Ndlovu, Malika.
Title Invisible earthquake : a woman's journey through stillbirth / Malika Ndlovu.
Imprint Athlone [South Africa] : Modjaji Books, 2009.

Author Ndlovu, Malika.
Subject South African poetry (English)
Stillbirth.
Description 1 online resource (88 pages)
polychrome rdacc http://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAColourContent/1003
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Ndlovu takes us right into the heart of her grief, she allows us into her secret, dark place of the terrible loss of her third child who was stillborn. The book speaks into the silence around this issue. Like miscarriage, stillbirth is something women are supposed to get over and move on with. Invisible Earthquake is placed in the wider South African context by Sue Fawcus, in which she writes tenderly and expertly about stillbirth from the point of view of a medical practitioner, a specialist obstetrician.
Note Print version record.
Contents Front Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Malika's Journal; Malika's Post Script; Accompanying; Women and Stillbirth: a medical perspective; References; Resource List; Acnknowledgements; Author's Bio; Back Cover
ISBN 9781920397463 (e-book)
1920397469 (e-book)
9781920397104 (electronic bk.)
1920397108 (electronic bk.)
9780980272932
0980272939
OCLC # 726828841
Additional Format Print version: Ndlovu, Malika. Invisible earthquake. Athlone [South Africa] : Modjaji Books, 2009 (DLC) 2009470226.


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