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ATHOL FUGARD THE TRAIN DRIVER
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Craig Getting May 16 — June 9, Jordan Seavey. Fernanda Coppel. This may be Fugard's own athol fugard the train of self-indictment, but it unbalances the play by putting more stress on Afrikaaner angst than on the reality of black poverty.
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Martin Murray added it Jun 27, Kamran Sehgal added it Athol fugard the train 25, Ojo Adekunle marked it as to-read Oct 16, Christina added it Mar 25, Ninkie Legotlo marked it as to-read Mar 27, Molly added it May 28, Now Roelf, showing signs of PTSD, has left his wife and family to find out why — and, failing that, to curse his dead tormentor. Instead, we are welcomed by a wasteland of rusted metals and sand, and a run-down, decaying car sits silently on stage that sets up an eerie and increasingly edgy mood.
It is the home of Simon Hanabe Leon Addison Brown the black gravedigger, and the resting ground for the nameless. In this story about the despair brought forth by the apartheid, Fugard chooses to tell it in the perspective of the white Train Driver, Roelf Visagie Athol fugard the train Coster.
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Not only do Africans feel despair, so much that they are willing to commit suicide, the whites who live among them also do.Athol Fugard's play has a realistic base but is not sturdy enough to support its huge metaphorical overload, writes Michael Billington. The Train Driver book.
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