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| May 1, 2016

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Find an example from Krog’s text that is concerned with forgiveness. How does this passage frame and represent forgiveness? Is it an example of Gobodo-Madikizela’s witnessing dance, in which public spaces are made intimate? How does Krog, or anyone represented in her book, treat the subject of forgiveness, and how does this compare with Gobodo-Madikizela’s interpretation? Do you think the essence of forgiveness is in forgiving the unforgivable, and why or why not?

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