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Discuss why Rosa Burger decides to only do minimal activity in the revolutionary movement in South Africa after her father's death. Is Rosa ever an important political person?

Discuss the motives of Rosa in disassociating with revolutionary politics. Does she think that the revolutionary movement is ineffective, or does she merely want to live her own life, without difficulties?

Discuss the system of apartheid and surveillance in South Africa. Rosa is not under criminal charges after the death of her father, but is still considered a so-called named person. She is not supposed to meet with a so-called banned person, and is not able to obtain a passport to go out of the country.

Discuss Rosa's romantic relationships with men. Is she initially in love with Conrad? What does the relationship become? Discuss Rosa's relationships with the Swede, Marcus and with Bernard Chabalier.

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