Burger's Daughter - Pages 262- 290 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 262- 290 Summary

New Section, P.262- Katya describes her rough life when she was pregnant and a member of the Communist Party in South Africa. She tells the story of her brief affair with Dick Terblanche, an old friend of Lionel Burger. Rosa thinks of her real and staged flirtations with men. Katya loses Lionel to Rosa's mother, the real revolutionary. Rosa starts meeting men in the village. New Section, P. 265- Rosa is talking to a man on July 14th, the French National Holiday about how she stopped a pickpocket once in Paris. Later, she meets the man again at a restaurant, dances with him and goes with him to have a drink. They go to the Arnys Bar and Rosa finds out that he is a teacher and a married man from Paris, Bernard Chabalier. This teacher is writing a book...

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