Burger's Daughter - Pages 144- 170 Summary & Analysis

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New Section, P. 144- Later in the day, Rosa goes home and she is visited by a press photographer named Orde Greer. He is there to pick up Rosa to meet Marisa Kgosani. Rosa wonders if Orde is really loyal to the movement, but goes with him. Orde is slightly crippled and is a familiar figure from the trial of Rosa's father. On the drive there, Orde mentions a book that refers to Rosa's family, but Rosa is getting it already from Flora Donaldson. Orde drives to Orlando, a black township, as Rosa thinks of how Conrad would respond to her situation. The destination is Fat's Place, where Marisa is to come later. Black men, women and children talk and drink there. Rosa is acknowledged as the daughter of Lionel Burger, a martyr to the cause of freedom.

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