"Master Harold"-- and the Boys
"'Master Harold, ' or Hally, learns that his alcoholic father is to be released from the hospital and struggles with his emotions during a confrontation with the two black men who help in the family's restaurant in 1950s South Africa." "This play, 'based on Fugard's experiences as a teenager in Port Elizabeth, concerns a boy whose problematic relationship with his father leads him to ill-treat his two family servants.'" Oxford Companion to 20th Cent. Lit in England.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - paulafonseca530B - LibraryThing
Audience: Grade 9 and Up South Africa, 1950. Sam and Willie, black men in their mid-forties, are working at a tearoom. The men are practicing for an upcoming ballroom competition when Harry, the white ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - DeirdreHarris - LibraryThing
Seventeen-year old Hally, also known as Master Harold, get into trouble with Sam and Willie two black men who work for his family, due to the frustration and fear he feels about his crippled and ... Read full review