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on 21 May 2014
A wonderful story, beautifully written. A young girl who is devoted to the employers she has worked and lived with all her life finds out that her colour will always divide her from them. As South Africa enters its dark days of apartheid, she and her pale skinned child are shunned by both black and white alike. She finds her inner strength in music and her story is woven around the glorious notes of Debussy and township Bach.
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