What crimes does André Brink find that Afrikaners have committed against their own country?
How does Brink enable readers to see how all people allow themselves to act on false impressions of those different from themselves?
In Brink’s view, what should come first in life: the people who are closest to you or the causes in which you deeply believe?
What does Brink see as being his duty as an Afrikaner writer? Is it different from what a writer of any other nationality would envision?
According to Brink, why are Afrikaners not able to fully feel a part of the continent in which they live?
Are Afrikaners in these novels tribal in their thinking?