Age of Iron - Study Guide Part Three, p. 87-115 Summary & Analysis

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Late one night the telephone rings, and the call is for Florence. There is trouble with Bheki. The narrator offers to drive. She tries to wake Mr. Vercueil, but he mumbles obscenities and will not rise. The narrator, Florence, and the two little girls drive in the night to the township area. As they drive in the predawn before 5 a.m. Florence tells the narrator that no matter what she sees on the side of the road or if people wave for her to stop that she must keep going.

At a police roadblock the narrator says she is taking her domestic employee home. The policeman says they must walk from this point, but the narrator draws his attention to the fact that it is raining and they have two small children. He waves them through. After stopping at a shack...

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