Burger's Daughter - Study Guide Pages 40- 70 Summary & Analysis

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New Section, P. 40- Rosa thinks about her time with Conrad. She goes back to Conrad's cottage to escape her sadness over the jailing of her father. Conrad lies on the same bed as she does, but sometimes goes to the girl giving him Spanish lessons, and brings the girl home with him. One Sunday morning, Conrad asks Rosa why she is singing. He makes fun of her, because she grew up always worrying and thinking about politics. Conrad uses Rosa's car and sometimes takes her to the movies. One night Rosa and Conrad take a long walk, and walk past Rosa's former house. They talk about the Sharpsville massacre and Lionel Burger's reaction to it.

Conrad compares his life at age 12, when he was totally unaware of politics. His main obsession was that his mother is sleeping with another man, not his father. Later...

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