by Steph Fish
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Promoted to native Commissioner
"what has it to do with you sir?", "he questioned the maning and valadity
and morality of everything he was doing"
George Asks for transfer here
Argues against racism
Wants to work in Museum of Man and
Where suicide takes place
"shield from reality"
"His eyes seem to be receding in their
George Transfers again
SA becomes a republic
"acceptance for the white man in black
George becomes Senior Bantu Affairs
Sam is Born
Trying to understand G with his
reconstruction of memories from the box
"a shadow had crept across his face"
First sign of depression
George becomes Native Commissioner
Chris is born
Takes in poor white farmers and bushmen
George is Promoted to native commissioner
George Jameson was Born, During WW1 > talisman of hope
Could find bleached bones still lying on the
Both tragic and peaceful
clever, sensitive... a perfectionist, hard on
himself with a shadow of self doubt
Graduated in 1933
Also wanted to be an archaeologist or
Married Jean Stockley
Denies his own beliefs and needs
Commits suicide at the end
enlists in NMR (Natal Mounted Rifle)
he is a superb marksman and a hard man who
believes he can kill a man if it comes to that
will not "treat the black man like an un person
George really loves Africa
Build library of zulu texts
Feels like a foreigner
Pathetic - everything, us, life
"Presence of Absence"
"Release a story from a sealed box"
"Nervous Feeling in my legs"
"I could not stop my mind from going to those
"I kept telling them it must be Physical"
"I feel terrible about the shame that I've
"a good man, though he doubts"
G = 49
Lots of commas
"I'm terrified about what is going to happen to
him and often feel angry with him"
G is "deluding himself"
"Indulging in self-pity"