By Kajsa Norman
Norman spends time with citizens of the breakaway republic of Orania, the place 1000 Afrikaners are operating to build a white-African utopia. bringing up their wish to look after their language and traditions, they've got sequestered themselves in an remoted a part of the arid Karoo zone. the following, they could nonetheless dictate the principles and create a place of birth with its personal flag, foreign money and beliefs. For a Europe that faces becoming nationalism, their tale is extra correct than ever. How do humans react after they think their cultural identification is less than chance? Bridge Over Blood River's haunting and subversive evocation of South Africa's racial politics presents a few unsettling answers.
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Bridge Over Blood River: The Rise and Fall of the Afrikaners by Kajsa Norman