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It is not an act of defeat but one of defiance, meant to signify her unequivocal rejection of the apartheid system : One does not have to achieve anything ; that is not what is important. The most important thing is that one voices one’s opposition. (113) Paul, in contrast, chooses the line of least resistance. He has found a comfortably materialistic haven in the Netherlands. Die noorderlig is sharply critical of Afrikaner thinking : ‘It is a terrible thing when stupidity and pettiness get hold of power and fight for self-preservation’ (77).
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Broaching Frontiers, Shattering Boundaries: On Tradition and Culture at the Dawn of the Third Millennium: Proceedings of the 21st International Congress of F.I.L.L.M. Held in Harare, Zimbabwe by T. E. Knight