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Republic of South Africa

This place is located at the southern part of Africa and the setting of the novel.

Cape Town

This place was the legislative capital.


This was a political system in place in South Africa from 1948 to 1994 which meant separateness.


These were areas where non-whites were forced to live after being evicted.

Government Avenue

This was where the House of Parliament was located.

House of Lies

This was another term referring to Parliament.


This language was spoken mostly in southern Africa and evolved from the Dutch.


This place was where Florence's family lived and was formed to relieve overcrowding.

Fish Hoek

This place was a coastal suburb with scenic ocean views where Mrs. Curren was overcome with the beauty.


This was the make of Mrs. Curren's car and were a common sight on South African roads.

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