Burger's Daughter - Pages 328- 361 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 328- 361 Summary

New Section, P. 328- Rosa changes her plans when the phone call from Baasie reminds her of the hard reality of racial conflict in South Africa. Rosa feels guilty about going along with Katya's disassociation form the struggle in South Africa. When she talks with Baasie her white liberal illusions are destroyed. Rosa tries to explain her reaction to Bernard over the phone, but Bernard belittles the whole incident. Rosa decides to return to South Africa, not only because of Baasie, but because of her family tradition, and even Brandt Vermeulen, the man who helped her get a passport. New Section, P. 333- Rosa finds out that the photographer Orde Greer is on trial for treason. Rosa attends the trial one day and sees that evidence against Orde comes from a BOSS wiretap. Orde Greer is said to have been trying...

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