Burger's Daughter - Pages 71- 108 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 71- 108 Summary

New Section, P. 71- Rosa thinks of the Nel family that tried to ignore the political situation and the judicial witch-hunt against Lionel Burger. At the farm there are no white girls with a black adopted brother like Baasie. Of course he cannot come there too. Rosa's full name is Rosemarie. Half of it comes from the communist revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg, but the other half is from Rosa's Afrikaner grandmother, Marie Burger. Rosa's cousin's name is Marie Nel, and her destiny seems to be totally different than Rosa's.

New Section, P. 74- One day Rosa is out in a public square eating lunch near her new financial job. A homeless black man is lying in the grass and it is suddenly realized that he has died. The picture of the man who died in the square is in the daily newspaper...

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