"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
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Dan Hays Modern World Lit. November 7, 2008 Master Harold Review I have just completed my reading of “Master Harold and the boys” and I must say that it was one of great interest. Upon receiving the ... Read full review