Core hw paper iron UPLOAD

Core hw paper iron UPLOAD - It is my belief that the...

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It is my belief that the relationship between Vercueil and Mrs. Curren in the novel, “Age of Iron” by J.M. Coetzee, is second to the true meaning of the novel, which is to display the idea of apartheid and how it is plaguing South Africa. I believe that the novel is full of events that indicate this. First, the fact that Mrs. Curren has an illness that is eroding her body slowly could symbolize the condition of apartheid in South Africa and how it is slowly decimating the country. Also the fact that her daughter left the country as a sign of protest of apartheid is again indicative of the severity of the situation. She was left alone in South Africa for almost 16 years by her daughter and still did not realize how much danger the country was. Besides the extended metaphor of Mr. Currens health, there are several examples in the text that also illustrate the horror and importance of apartheid in the novel. A major indicator on the severity of apartheid is the event that takes place on page
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course CORE 101 taught by Professor Mercer during the Fall '08 term at Richmond.

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