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TITLE: All That Is Left AUTHOR: Kirsten Miller PUBLISHER: Kwela REVIEWER: Nancy Richards Political idealist and devotee of Biko, Thomas disappears. Eventually his wife despairs and holds a funeral even though there’s no body. But Thomas’s sister Rachel, forsaking her husband and young son, is uneasy and disturbed as she attends the memorial and reflects deeply on his and her own way of life. Thomas’s friends Max, her one time lover and Sizwe, a poet both make significant impact on her. A storyline through which is filtered the complex issues of South African identity.