Written from the points-of-view of four young people living in Johannesburg and its black township, SowetoZanele, a black female student organizer, Meena, of South Asian background working at her fathers shop, Jack, an Oxford-bound white student, and Thabo, a teen gang-member or tsotsithis book explores the roots of the Soweto Uprising and the edifice of Apartheid in a South Africa about to explode. In the black township of Soweto, Zanele, who also works as a nightclub singer, is plotting against the apartheid government. The police cant know. Her mother and sister cant know. No one can know. On the affluent white side of town, Jack Craven plans to spend the last days of his break before university burning miles on his beat up Mustang, and crashing other peoples parties. Already a chain of events are in motion; a failed plot, a murdered teacher, a powerful police agent with a vendetta, and a secret network of students across the township. The students will rise. And there will be violence when morning comes.
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When Morning Comes is written from the points-of-view of four young people living in Johannesburg and its black township, Soweto in Through the eyes of Zanele, a black female student organiser, Mina, of South Asian background working at her father's shop, Jack, an Oxford-bound white student, and Thabo, a teen gang-member or tsotsi - this book explores the roots of 's Set against the background of the Soweto student march against the Bantu Education Act, When Morning Comes is a multi-faceted novel that covers many important themes: the segregation of Black, White, and Indian racial groups in apartheid South Africa; the intelligence and determination of Black youth to plan and execute a political movement; adolescent idealism to give up all for a cause they passionately believe in; interracial cooperation; and a love triangle. Arushi Raina employs plot, characterization, and narrative style to advance the above themes with sophistication. Told through the first-person voices of four young revolutionaries — Zanele and Thabo Black , Jack White , and Meena Indian — the story weaves back and forth from the opulent homes of the privileged Whites, to the poverty and overcrowding of Soweto, and to the in-between world of the Indian community. The book especially provides insight into the role of the relatively unseen Indian community. Through the first-person voices of these characters we learn that they are further separated because of the biases, stereotypes, and experiences they have been exposed to about other races. However, in spite of these rigid distinctions, the main characters cross racial barriers in order to fulfill their political or romantic aims. The multiple viewpoints and voices move the narrative forward, giving essential details of an incident or plan that only the speaker knows about and of which the others are unaware. This technique not only heightens the tension of the plot but also forces readers to figure out what is happening and why.
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