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Lindy Wilson is an independent South African documentary filmmaker and writer. Her films include Crossroads, Last Supper in Hortsley Street, and Robben Island Our University.
"Ambitious and intelligent, Biko was pursuing a university education in South Africa when he energized a student movement in resistance to apartheid... Wilson analyzes Biko's legacy in the aftermath of apartheid and expresses continued concern about racial conflicts and growing concerns about class divisions." - Booklist "Clear accessible language; a strong narrative [and] chronological structure; a balanced assessment in the portrayal of Biko." - Laura J. Mitchell, University of California, Irvine "Throughout the text, Wilson brings to the fore Biko's personality, drawing a portrait of a complex and charismatic man. VERDICT: The book, as a short history rather than an in-depth examination of a person or a movement, will be most useful for students, although it does assume a certain amount of knowledge." - Library Journal