Agaat

EPUB EBook by Marlene Van Niekerk

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Set in apartheid South Africa, Agaat portrays the unique relationship between Milla, a 67- EPUByear-old white woman, and her black maidservant turned caretaker, Agaat. Agaat EPUB EBook Through flashbacks and diary entries, the reader learns about Milla's past. Life for white farmers in 1950s South Africa was full of promise — young and newly married, Milla raised a son and created her own farm out of a swathe of Cape mountainside. Forty years later her family has fallen apart, the country she knew is on the brink of huge change, and all she has left are memories and her proud, contrary, yet affectionate guardian. With haunting, lyrical prose, Marlene Van Niekerk creates a story of love and family loyalty. Winner of the South African Sunday Times Fiction Prize in 2007, Agaat was translated as The Way of the Women by Michiel Heyns, who received the Sol Plaatje Award for his translation. Like this book? Read online this: The South Africa Reader, Socialist History Journal Issue 16.

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