The Covenant - Chapter XIII, Apartheid Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XIII, Apartheid Summary

Heather Botha at twenty three is a mixture of Malay, Hottentot, Black, Afrikaner and Colored. Outgoing, she defies law by dating white men in university in 1953. Arrested, she is warned that if it repeats, she will go to jail. On Christmas vacation she meets Craig Saltwood, and takes him to meet her family. He finds them charming, but they fear he will be trouble. A neighbor in the city calls the authorities, and they are arrested. Craig is released while Heather is given three months in jail. The Saltwoods use their influence to have her released, but Heather has seen the light, and leaves the country permanently. She lives the rest of her life in freedom in Canada.

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