Sidney Kasfir discusses brokers (as in “cultural brokers”) in South Africa during Apartheid.

Sidney Kasfir discusses brokers (as in “cultural brokers”) in South Africa during Apartheid. In South Africa, it was not white Europeans who were the brokers, but white South Africans who, solely due to their race, were in a position of power under the Apartheid system, and served as art educators and cultural brokers for black South Africans. JM Coetzee’s book Disgrace takes place in post-Apartheid South Africa. One of the themes throughout the book is power discrepancies of many different types, not just with regard to race. In Chapters 1-6 of Disgrace, what are the major power discrepancies in the book?

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