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Q What's something you learned about apartheid from the story, the supplementary materials, or your own research? (If you find another good source and want to post it, please feel free to do so.) What do you think the author wants to say about inequality and injustice in this narrative? Why do you think Gordimer decided to write this story from the woman's point of view? How might this character's experience broaden our understanding of Apartheid and the many struggles that went along with it? Answer at least three of these questions by Thursday, 11:59PM; then, respond to two others' responses by Sunday, 11:59PM.

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I actually enjoyed reading this story called “Amnesty” by Nadine Gordimer and I had not much idea about this problem that the Blacks have faced for so long. In fact, it can be said that this story has opened new scopes for further debates about apartheid and how it has divided people. It