278pp., illus., paperback, Reprint, Cape Town, (1994) 2016
An autobiography by AnnMarie Wolpe.
AnnMarie Wolpe married lawyer Harold Wolpe in 1955. When he was arrested, together with other ANC leaders, in Rivonia in July 1963, she smuggled a saw and files to him in prison and helped him and three others escape. Later she and their three children joined him in London. She taught at Middlesex Polytechnic from 1974-1991. They returned to South Africa in 1991 and lived in Cape Town, where she worked as a senior researcher at the University Western Cape. Harold Wolpe died in 1996. She died in 2018.