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Characterization, Comprehension, Common Issues, A system of Apartheid. Mother to Mother @emilyly bx bf ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Sindiwe Magona name: date of birth: profession & career main topics: awards 23.08 1943 -graduaded from Columbia University, writer and womens right activist. - more than 20 years for the United Nations in New York. - retirement in 2003, than returning to Cape Town. Suffering under Apartheid and poverty. many, including.... .. honory doctorate from Harwick Collage in 1993. ... Order of Ikhamanga in 2011. The author stresses the fact that a lot was heared about the victims, such as Amy Biehl, but nothing about the killers. She wants to shed light on those "young men whose environment failed to nuture them in the higher ideals of humanity. Mandisas lament Mandisa writes a letter to the mother of the white victim. Her son has killed a while American girl. She says that children in Guguletu have become monsters. She accuses the victim that she have nonsense of danger. The white girl has come to Africa to study. Mandisa says that when a while girl is killed, it is a big issue but if a black person dies, no one really cares. In prison, her son gets a better life than before ; support by the government food, bed, medical. : Mandisa works as a clomestic worker and has no time for her kids. She asks the mother of...

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the white girl and god for forgiveness for her son's crime. Task: Outline Manolisa's criticism of the white girls behaviour and comment on it. Mandisa criticize the white girls behaviour for staying in the area of the blacks without any sense of danger. In my opinion, I agree with Mandisa, because the girl has no sense of danger. However, that is far away from justifying that she had to die. That the time of Apartheid were terrible and that murder was nothing unusual is clear. But even in such emergency situations, murder is not an option. Additionally, it only causes more horror and terror instead of working towards peace. ● ● ● Life in Gugulets white girl's life in South Africa -everyone likes her, have lovely people around her -study, hard for her to say good bye. -dangerous in the late time in the townships (p. 13, 1.20) ... ... ... Mandisa works full time as The white girl is about to fly in South Africa. Children in Guguletu refuse to go to school and go on 'strike'. ... A white girl takes her black friends *** a housemaid and still hardly gets by. back home to the USA after 10 months of studying home in her car. When a car enters Guguletu to deliver drugs to a black tuberculosis clinic, it is burned as the rioters do not accept any help sent by whites. Young black lifes in South Africa - tiny space for big family's parents work 6 days a week for white employers. - don't go to school, because of the strikes. - left their own devices to figure out how to survive. high rate of criminality & vandalism About Guguletu, Manolisa feels resigned, exhausted and miserable, because there's always trouble. About her children, Mandisa feels... Guguletu in 1968: →>ugly, impersonal, dangerous, people living in fear, crowded, chaotic, peddlers, stray dogs, miserable ·resentful, because Mxolisi is different. - exhausted: fears for their well-being .. caring for her children, but afraid that she could love Mecolisi more than the others. stoical in love and support for her children. resent ful: towards Mxolisi. : ・ desperate · fear of getting to know that something has happen to her children. Ethnic diversity → comprehension Chapter 3 & 4: On Wednesday, Mrs. Nelson takes her 'day off' although she hardly works at all. Guguletu means 'oure pride', which is odd as no one can be proud of a place like this. According to Mandisa, the police are criminals themselves. • The township of Guguletu is described as poor and dirty with littered streets and congested shacks. •In 1968, people are forced to move to Guguletu where they live among strangers, with their communities being ripped apart. Arriving in Guguletu, they don't have enough houses and many people must build shacks out of any material they can find. Being displaced by the government, students often cannot be admitted to school, or refuse to go there as they don't learn anything useful away. Mandisa learns from her neighbour that a while girl has been stabbed in her district of Guguletu. Rapes, murders and assaults are common in Gugulet. That is why Mandisa fears for her daughters safety. Mrs. Nelson drives Mandisa to the station because she has heard about trouble in Guguletu. Mandisa fears that her children could be involved in the riots. MANDISA AND MRS. NELSON - COMPARING Name Living conditions Daily routines obligations worries & feelings • Mandisa (black servant) • Lives in the township of Guguletu • difficult and dangerous struggling to make ends meet • • working as a servant in Mrs. Nelsons house. looking after her own children. - • working for Mrs. Nelson • making sure her own children are well-fed, safe and go school. to - worried about her children, especially Mxolisi, her oldest son. FAMILY ISSUES: - Mandisa prefers Mxolisi, but still cares for her other children - Mandisa has to work a lot → kids are left alone at home - Mxolisi's father left the family when Mxolisi was still - Siziwe feels indifferent Mrs. Nelson (white employer) comfortable • clean and safe • living in a gated community -going to the gym • meeting her friend for breakfast Imagine you're Mandiss walking home from work. You hear that something terrible has happened to a white girl. Find three adjectives that describe your feelings: shocked worried ashamed • not very many she takes the children to school and picks them up again after school. -worried about getting fat and old. →→Siziwe & Lunga feel jealousy, feel worthless compared to Mxolisi. (lack of 'control'). → Mxolisi might be traumatized by his father's leaving. young towards Mxolisi → Siziwe & Lunga have a seeperficial relationship with their mother. •special bond between Mxolisi and Mandisa. ・family is not living together as 'one' · Mxclisi doesn't accept Siziwe's and Lunga's father and his role model.

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Vielen Dank, wirklich hilfreich für mich, da wir gerade genau das Thema in der Schule haben 😁

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Characterization, Comprehension, Common Issues, A system of Apartheid. Mother to Mother @emilyly bx bf ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Sindiwe Magona name: date of birth: profession & career main topics: awards 23.08 1943 -graduaded from Columbia University, writer and womens right activist. - more than 20 years for the United Nations in New York. - retirement in 2003, than returning to Cape Town. Suffering under Apartheid and poverty. many, including.... .. honory doctorate from Harwick Collage in 1993. ... Order of Ikhamanga in 2011. The author stresses the fact that a lot was heared about the victims, such as Amy Biehl, but nothing about the killers. She wants to shed light on those "young men whose environment failed to nuture them in the higher ideals of humanity. Mandisas lament Mandisa writes a letter to the mother of the white victim. Her son has killed a while American girl. She says that children in Guguletu have become monsters. She accuses the victim that she have nonsense of danger. The white girl has come to Africa to study. Mandisa says that when a while girl is killed, it is a big issue but if a black person dies, no one really cares. In prison, her son gets a better life than before ; support by the government food, bed, medical. : Mandisa works as a clomestic worker and has no time for her kids. She asks the mother of...

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the white girl and god for forgiveness for her son's crime. Task: Outline Manolisa's criticism of the white girls behaviour and comment on it. Mandisa criticize the white girls behaviour for staying in the area of the blacks without any sense of danger. In my opinion, I agree with Mandisa, because the girl has no sense of danger. However, that is far away from justifying that she had to die. That the time of Apartheid were terrible and that murder was nothing unusual is clear. But even in such emergency situations, murder is not an option. Additionally, it only causes more horror and terror instead of working towards peace. ● ● ● Life in Gugulets white girl's life in South Africa -everyone likes her, have lovely people around her -study, hard for her to say good bye. -dangerous in the late time in the townships (p. 13, 1.20) ... ... ... Mandisa works full time as The white girl is about to fly in South Africa. Children in Guguletu refuse to go to school and go on 'strike'. ... A white girl takes her black friends *** a housemaid and still hardly gets by. back home to the USA after 10 months of studying home in her car. When a car enters Guguletu to deliver drugs to a black tuberculosis clinic, it is burned as the rioters do not accept any help sent by whites. Young black lifes in South Africa - tiny space for big family's parents work 6 days a week for white employers. - don't go to school, because of the strikes. - left their own devices to figure out how to survive. high rate of criminality & vandalism About Guguletu, Manolisa feels resigned, exhausted and miserable, because there's always trouble. About her children, Mandisa feels... Guguletu in 1968: →>ugly, impersonal, dangerous, people living in fear, crowded, chaotic, peddlers, stray dogs, miserable ·resentful, because Mxolisi is different. - exhausted: fears for their well-being .. caring for her children, but afraid that she could love Mecolisi more than the others. stoical in love and support for her children. resent ful: towards Mxolisi. : ・ desperate · fear of getting to know that something has happen to her children. Ethnic diversity → comprehension Chapter 3 & 4: On Wednesday, Mrs. Nelson takes her 'day off' although she hardly works at all. Guguletu means 'oure pride', which is odd as no one can be proud of a place like this. According to Mandisa, the police are criminals themselves. • The township of Guguletu is described as poor and dirty with littered streets and congested shacks. •In 1968, people are forced to move to Guguletu where they live among strangers, with their communities being ripped apart. Arriving in Guguletu, they don't have enough houses and many people must build shacks out of any material they can find. Being displaced by the government, students often cannot be admitted to school, or refuse to go there as they don't learn anything useful away. Mandisa learns from her neighbour that a while girl has been stabbed in her district of Guguletu. Rapes, murders and assaults are common in Gugulet. That is why Mandisa fears for her daughters safety. Mrs. Nelson drives Mandisa to the station because she has heard about trouble in Guguletu. Mandisa fears that her children could be involved in the riots. MANDISA AND MRS. NELSON - COMPARING Name Living conditions Daily routines obligations worries & feelings • Mandisa (black servant) • Lives in the township of Guguletu • difficult and dangerous struggling to make ends meet • • working as a servant in Mrs. Nelsons house. looking after her own children. - • working for Mrs. Nelson • making sure her own children are well-fed, safe and go school. to - worried about her children, especially Mxolisi, her oldest son. FAMILY ISSUES: - Mandisa prefers Mxolisi, but still cares for her other children - Mandisa has to work a lot → kids are left alone at home - Mxolisi's father left the family when Mxolisi was still - Siziwe feels indifferent Mrs. Nelson (white employer) comfortable • clean and safe • living in a gated community -going to the gym • meeting her friend for breakfast Imagine you're Mandiss walking home from work. You hear that something terrible has happened to a white girl. Find three adjectives that describe your feelings: shocked worried ashamed • not very many she takes the children to school and picks them up again after school. -worried about getting fat and old. →→Siziwe & Lunga feel jealousy, feel worthless compared to Mxolisi. (lack of 'control'). → Mxolisi might be traumatized by his father's leaving. young towards Mxolisi → Siziwe & Lunga have a seeperficial relationship with their mother. •special bond between Mxolisi and Mandisa. ・family is not living together as 'one' · Mxclisi doesn't accept Siziwe's and Lunga's father and his role model.