Burger's Daughter Setting & Symbolism

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The Burger House

The Burger house is located in Johannesburg, South Africa and is the home of, at one time, Lionel and Cathy Burger, and their children Rosa and Tony. After the conviction of Lionel Burger, Rosa is the only one left and the home is sold. At one time, Lionel Burger hosted lively cookouts in the backyard of the house where people also could swim in a pool. Many people come around the house and even stay there for prolonged periods of time.

The Cottage

The cottage is where Conrad lives in a section of Johannesburg. It is on an estate that is condemned for destruction for a highway, and Conrad is able to pay a very low rent. Rosa lives at Conrad's cottage for a fairly long time before she tires of Conrad and his excuses for not being political.

The Nel's Farm and Hotel

Rosa's...

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