Ian Barry’s Living Apart: South Africa under Apartheid (1996) examines the history of the implementation of the racist policies under apartheid and the effect that they had on black Africans.
Fugard’s Master Harold . . . and the Boys (1982), another of his semi-autobiographical plays that condemns the racist policies of apartheid, centers on seventeen-year-old Hally, who is white, and his relationship with two middle-aged black men who work in his parents’ tea room in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
South Africa in Pictures (2003), by Janice...
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