Burger's Daughter - Pages 171- 210 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 171- 210 Summary

New Section, P. 171- Rosa complains to Conrad in her mind that he does not understand relations in her family. They were individuals, but worked together for the liberation of South Africa. Still Duma Dhladhla's rejection of all whites disturbs Rosa. New Section, P. 173- This section is in the third person viewpoint and describes Rosa's relationship to the police and a politician. Rosa goes to visit prominent Afrikaners in the town of her father's trial, Pretoria. The secret police see her visit Mr. Brandt Vermeulen, a prominent "New Afrikaner" politician. In the meantime, the Portuguese colony of nearby Mozambique gets its independence and this may have given Rosa a reason to get out of the country. Perhaps she fears a new police crackdown.

New Section P. 178- Rosa drives past the site of the Conrad's demolished cottage to the house...

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