In Part 1, Styles speaks about a 'strong room of dreams'. Discuss what is meant by this with particular regard to either:
A) Styles' realization of his own personal dreams and goals in having his own photography studio, and what the studio represents for the future of his black customers.
B) The playwright's take on the theater in which the play is being performed, as the lines were to be spoken by a black actor on stage in Apartheid-era South Africa.
Discuss the effect of having Styles and Buntu played by the same actor. What parallels and contrasts are there between the two characters, and how are they significant to the play as a whole?
How, in Part 1 of the play, does the playwright use metaphor to show the living situation of black workers in Apartheid-era South Africa? Make reference to the stories of a) Styles' job at...
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