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The Zulu Girl by Roy Campbell
Through the poem the author expresses how people suffer in these terrible and unfair conditions,
Opressed by poverty and lack of resources, Zulus have to work "in the sun" where "the hot red acres smounlder". They struggle for their lives in a terrible condition that they could do nothing to oppose it.
On the other hand, through the feeding between the mother and the son, which symbolises the passing down of history to generations, we can learn that young people in the tribe, even babies, are oppressed by the extreme national consciousness in their tribe. The pain and sadness of history pa…
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