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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55688
Doc. No:TL25642
Call number:‭1449526‬
Main Entry:Holly Woodall
Title & Author:The borderlands: Self, home, and ambivalent spaces in Nadine Gordimer's “The Pickup”Holly Woodall
College:The University of Alabama in Huntsville
Date:2007
Degree:M.A.
student score:2007
Page No:116
Abstract:Nadine Gordimer's The Pickup provides a deeply insightful view into the lives of two characters lived at the borders of modern society. Soon after Julie, a white, wealthy ingénue from South Africa, meets Ibrahim, an illegal from an undisclosed Arab world struggling to eke a living, he is deported back to his homeland. Julie insists on accompanying him and in this Arab world experiences a profound journey of self-discovery and awareness. She embraces Ibrahim's life in every conceivable way, while Ibrahim himself cannot. Instead, he embraces an opportunity to travel to America to build a life in the land where Julie's mother lives. In this juxtaposition, Gordimer examines the intricate relations between those having the right to choose their place and those who do not.
Subject:Language, literature and linguistics; South Africa; African literature; 0316:African literature
Added Entry:R. Moore
Added Entry:The University of Alabama in Huntsville