Burger's Daughter - Pages 109- 143 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 109- 143 Summary

New Section, P. 109- Rosa thinks of Noel De Witt and his Portuguese mother with connections to the Frelimo Rebels in Mozambique. She thinks of Katya, Lionel's first wife who lives in the south of France. Rosa thinks of all the protests and rallies for black rights of the past 50 years. Even the Communist Party has heavily shifted towards trade union organizing. Rosa knows that there must be police agents that are waiting to see if she gets back into political organizing. Dick, Ivy, and others in the movement are waiting to see what she will do. Her father became radicalized when he was young and in the military after Hitler attacks Russia. Servicemen, both black and white try to work together in service organizations after the war, but this is stopped. Later, when Rosa is 12, there is the Sharpsville massacre...

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