The Power of One - Chapter Twenty-One Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty-One Summary

This chapter begins with a detailing of the political climate in South Africa. The newly elected Nationalist Party is bad news for the black residents of the country, as the party's policies are stringently racist and separatist. The party gained power largely through the promise to bring white bread back to the country.

The boys spend Easter holidays at Morrie's house, and thus Solly can still help with Peekay's training. A few days into the holidays, Solly suggests a match to Peekay involving a professional, black boxer. The opponent is only a year older than Peekay, and has only fought in three pro fights. Both boys are concerned, as the match is clearly against the law and there are worries about getting caught. They also question Solly closely on why he wants the fight, and it turns out that the tall...

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