Fiela's Child


Matthee tackles environmental concerns, themes of racism and sexism as well as discrimination of class. The blue-buck is over hunted and elephants are freely killed. The Whites and Coloreds are tense after the apartheid, with the legal system still very much biased towards the Whites. The marine industry is suffering from the introduction of steam-powered ships.

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