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Chapter 182/3/2014

When the bell rang I made my way back to the quadrangle. This time Elise was among the group huddled around Micheline. They’d obviously just told her about my hitting Craig, because as I walked past she turned to look at me. She looked incredulous. In the line waiting to go in there was a huge gap between me and the rest of the class. Elise had her arm wound around Craig, clutching into his waist. She was making sure everyone knew he was her property – especially me. I kept away from Elise at the end of the day. I didn’t eat the sandwich Seraphina made me. I took it, with some water and fruit, to Maswe’s room. Maswe was on his feet, leaning against the wall, when I opened te door. ‘Look what I’ve got’. I held up the sandwich Seraphina had made. I gave him the sandwich. ‘So, you met Godiva. You told her about the protest and strike? She’s very beautiful, isn’t she?’ I ventured, as breezily as I could. I had to know how he felt about her. Maswe’s face split into a huge grin. ‘Yes, she is. Very, very beautiful’. ‘I suppose you’re in love with her.’ It came out so baldly. Maswe looked at me. ‘With Godiva? You must be joking, Victoria.’ He lauged. ‘ She’s like a python, powerful and very dangerous.’ I raised my eyebrows, even though I knew exactly what he meant. He was silent for a moment. ‘Tell me about yesterday, Victoria. I want you to tell me everything.

 made by Ivy Pesik

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chapter 1525/2/2014

Victoria was on her way to the Location when she was surrounded by black boys, who were a little older than her. There was one specifically boy with sandals. Just when Victoria got sweatier and dizzy there came a girl with the same age as Victoria and she broke through the boys. The boy with the sandals and the girl were talking in a language wich Victoria doesn't understand. Then the boys left. Victoria said: 'Thank you for rescuing me! I wasn't sure what they were going to do to me.' The girl answerd with: 'He's right. You are a stupid white girl. You do not belong here. Go back to your deckchair in the sun.' 'I'm sorry. I just need to deliver a message to someone. It's really important. Then I'll leave. Maybe you can help me.' The girl helped her and brought her to the busstation where she can find Godiva. Just before the girl left she said to Victoria: 'Watch out, white girl. Godiva is dangerous.' When Victoria tried to ask the girl what did she meant, the girl walked off. Victoria was a little scared but told herself to grow up and started looking for Godiva. When she had found Godiva Victoria said to her that she had a message for her and the was being pushed through a doorway and through another doorway into a large light room. When the pushing stopt, the person who pushed her stood behind her and asked: 'Who are you? What do you want from Godiva?'

Made by : Lovina Meijer

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chapter 1525/2/2014

Victoria was on her way to the Location when she was surrounded by black boys, who were a little older than her. There was one specifically boy with sandals. Just when Victoria got sweatier and dizzy there came a girl with the same age as Victoria and she broke through the boys. The boy with the sandals and the girl were talking in a language wich Victoria doesn't understand. Then the boys left. Victoria said: 'Thank you for rescuing me! I wasn't sure what they were going to do to me.' The girl answerd with: 'He's right. You are a stupid white girl. You do not belong here. Go back to your deckchair in the sun.' 'I'm sorry. I just need to deliver a message to someone. It's really important. Then I'll leave. Maybe you can help me.' The girl helped her and brought her to the busstation where she can find Godiva. Just before the girl left she said to Victoria: 'Watch out, white girl. Godiva is dangerous.' When Victoria tried to ask the girl what did she meant, the girl walked off. Victoria was a little scared but told herself to grow up and started looking for Godiva. When she had found Godiva Victoria said to her that she had a message for her and the was being pushed through a doorway and through another doorway into a large light room. When the pushing stopt, the person who pushed her stood behind her and asked: 'Who are you? What do you want from Godiva?'

Made by : Lovina Meijer

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Chapter 1925/2/2014

 

"Not Kloete ? i don't believe it'' Maswe clenched his fist. Victoria did an inpression of Kloete. Maswe laughed. 'I don't want you to go, Tori'' Maswe said.  Tori gaved him a bath but in the middle of the bath her Mom's car was crunching up the drive and Hattie was barking her welcome. Tori (that's how Maswe called here) waled down to help here mom with here bags becose here mom and dad are going to the Buffalo Club with the Conways.  When her parents left Seraphina brought Charlie to bed. She was singing to him in her high, clear voice, just as she did when i was little. Seraphina was sitting on the floor, her arm trough the bars, holding his hand. ''i will stay here with him for a while' she said. Victoria went back to Maswe's room. Tori brought him some stuff but he was fast asleep. His breathing was steady and now that his face was less puffy and it was too dark to see the grid lines, he looked more serene than she seen before. Hattie was whining, and snuffling at the door. Victoria didn't want her to disturb Maswe. Or Seraphina. Hattie began to make a hoarse noise that Victoria knew it would turn into a full-scale bark at any second. 'Come on , Hattie'. Victoria pulled her back towards the house. The house was quiet. Both Seraphina and Maswe were, for the moment in Victoria's care and she made her feel proud, and sad too. They were so close, closer perhaps in sleep - She wondered if they were dreaming abou each other.  

By Beau 

 

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Chapter 2724/2/2014

Made by: Manon Schellart

It has been two years since the family left South Africa. Victoria finished secondary school in London. Now she has returned to South Africa. Her parents and brother Charlie stayed in London. Victoria is going to study in South Africa and will be living in the house of her grandmother. In the past two years, Victoria constantly thought of Maswe. She had begun to believe he was still alive and healed, but out of reach. But the moment Victoria arrived in South Africa she knew Maswe really was dead. All images of two years ago kept popping up in her mind.
The feeling Victoria most felt was guilt. She felt guilty because she came home too late that evening. She had this fight with Elise and therefor she was much later than she had promised Maswe. When she stopped Maswe in the road to say goodbye, Beulah Westcott, Elise’s mother saw them standing together. Beulah reported this to Kloete who arrested Maswe soon after. Victoria made the conclusion she was responsible for Maswe’s death.
At the market she saw Godiva. Victoria followed Godiva to an empty warehouse. Godiva said to Victoria: ’You ran away”. Victoria explained her father refused to do what the Secret Police wanted him to do.
‘So why did you come back?’ asked Godiva. Victoria told Godiva she wants to join the ‘Umkhonto we Sizwe’ the spear of the nation. Mostly this organisation is known as MK. It is an organisation who fights apartheid politics with violence. More violence than Maswe wanted to use in the black power organisation, of which he was a member.
‘What makes you think MK wants you!’ said Godiva. ‘Maswe was murdered’, Victoria said to Godiva. ‘I saw ….him’. Godiva was shocked and responded: ‘They said it was a hunger strike’.
‘I need to fight’, said Victoria. Godiva said she has to convince Abel Nkosana. Contact can be made at the beach, where he sells ice-creams.  Godiva left the building. Victoria waited ten minutes and then she left too.

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Chapter 124/2/2014

It was the first day back after the Christmas holidays. Victoria was walking to the school. An old black woman was ahead of Victoria. She had a cloth bundle on her head. An old car came up behind her. The woman turned and tried to run. An oily yellow jeep was roaring up the road. Then shrieked to a stop just in front of her. Again she tried to run, but the policemen grabbed one of her arms. The bundle fell to the ground. One of the policemen kicked it. Victoria had never seen anything like that before. The woman began to cry. 'Show us your pass!" The policeman shouted. Nothing. The woman got in the jeep and shouted something. Victoria took her stuff. The woman shouted out again. This time the policeman slapped her across her face. Victoria would give the bundle to the woman before the jeep drove off. But the policeman moved to block her way. The cage doors had been locked shut and the other policeman was behind the wheel with the engine was running. The woman looked back at Victoria through the grid of the cage. Victoria was late. With the clothes Victoria walked to Elise's house. When Victoria came by Elise, she told her everything what she had seen.

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Chapter 221/2/2014

A few days after Victoria had seen the black women who was pickedup by the police, family Cornway were there. They bring people for the 'open house'. The family Cornway are rich and very snooty and mrs Cornwayis wearing much diamonds andMrs Conway weare this time so bad clothes. Victoria hates them so much.The Cornwayshate crying children. they were the contrary of Victoria and her mother. Victoria's dad was lighting the barbecue next to the pool. Victoria felt bad about blood and meat. Victoria's mom and her little brother were coming to the pool too. Her little brother, Charlie, had woken up. Victoria wasgoing to give her brother drink when she saw a dark shape, it wasMaswe, a boy who she hadn't seen for two years. They had played together when they were little. Now he was a little taller than she.He always called her Tori, andstill now.Maswe said to Victoria that he needed some money. She gave him all the money she had and hewas going away. Shewas looking after him and felt strange tang of sadness and elation.He was going so soon as he was coming...

Made by: Madinja Groenenberg

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Chapter 321/2/2014

Victoria was walking home with her best friend Elise after school. Elise asked Victoria why she was doing so weird de whole day. Victroria was thinking about Maswe's strange visit the whole day, but she couldn't tell that to Elise, because she knowed Elise won't like that. Instead of answering her question Victoria got angry by Elise, because she was lifting her uniform. Elise didn't like that and they got in a quarrel.

Victoria arrived at home and she went to Seraphina, Maswe's mother, to tell her about Maswe's strange visit. Vicotria came inside and Seraphina looked very tired and confused. Victoria saw Seraphina was holding a letter. Seraphina didn't tell anything about this letter, but Victoria knowed it's the reason why she was so confused. She knowed this, because she saw the sender: 'The Betsy Longarce Foundation, Maswe's school.' Victoria saw also some words, which demonstrated that The Betsy Longracre Foundation wasn't content with Maswe: He couldn't focus and he wasn't always present.
Seraphina leaved the room with tears in her eyes. A photograph of Maswe was falling down the floor, when Victoria left the room. Victoria took the photograph with her, because she missed Maswe a lot.

Door: Meike Wind

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Chapter 421/2/2014

Its Friday afternoon and Elises mother comes to pick up Victoria and Elise for lunch. Last week, Victoria tried to avoid Elise. In fact, she doesnt want to lunch with Elise, but on the other hand, it is boring to eat on your own in the library.

At Elises house, they go to her room. Elise shows a lot of clothes that she has bought in London. She asks Victoria to try some clothes. After some pushing, Victoria takes of her school uniform. A little paper falls. Its a picture of Maswe. Elise grabs it and asks: Why do you were a picture of a black boy with you. Its Seraphinas son. I took the photo for her when he left for college says Victoria. I want that she finds it when she wash my clothes. She lied like it was nothing, but Elise lost her interest in the photo. Im glad hes gone. You spent so much time with that native boy you began to stink like a black. Anyway, I cant wait to see what you look like this. Elise goes on with dressing Victoria up. But Victoria is ashamed at having lied. She has betrayed Maswe.

Elise shows her mother her handiwork and she loves it. Than Victoria went to home. She checks her pocket to make sure that the photo is safe. Tears prick her eyes


door Maxime

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Chapter 521/2/2014

Made by: Manon Schellart

Victoria came home late. Her parents were out for dinner and Serafina was feeding her little brother Charlie. She was a bit worried because Victoria didnt tell she was at Elises house. After Victoria ate her meal she went to her bedroom. She heard a car coming and the doorbell rang. At first Victoria thought her parents forgot their keys, but it was a policeman, Sergeant Kloete, bringing the family dog, Hattie home. He had found the dog nearby the Location. The policeman held the dog by the skin in the neck and blamed Victoria for not looking after her dog. The man acted intimidating and was rude towards the dog.
Serafina asked who Victoria was talking to. Victoria knew Serafina didnt trust the police and was afraid of them. She came into the hall and the officer knew her by name and also the name of her son, Maswe. This was very surprising and a bit of a shock for Victoria and Serafina. As the policeman left he gave his congratulations to the Doctor for his new post. Victoria was confused. What did the man mean with Dads new post. And why did he know the name of Serafina, and even more worrying, the name of Maswe? Victoria hoped Maswe wasnt in some sort of trouble.

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Chapter 621/2/2014

--- NOT FINISHED ---

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Chapter 721/2/2014

While Victoria was pouring with a ladle, she noticed that there was a little boy in front of her. He was holding a baby. She asked where his bowl was. He shook his head, and some flies flew out. She asked Seraphina for a bowl for this little boy. Seraphina said that there were no spare bowls anymore. She was thinking about what she could lend the little guy. She saw Charlie's drinking cup, she wanted to give it to the little boy, but when she was back, the little boy disappeared. She wished she asked his name. She made her way down to the flat. When she arrived at the flat, she saw a man standing in a corner. She thought it was Maswe. She shouted ''MASWE'', but he didn't hear her. While she was running en shouting, boys throwed stones to her. She said they had to stop, they did, and she started running en shouting again. At some point sergeant Kloete stood in front of her. He blocked her path. He saw the boys throwing stones at Victoria, and he punished the boys. She started running again. She didn't see Maswe anymore, so she decided to go back to her mom. When she came home, her mom asked: ''What happened?'' She told what happened and her mom decided to make chicken soup.

Made by Daan

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Chapter 821/2/2014

By: Mike Blauw

Chapter eight starts with Victoria on her bed. Her mother asked her what was wrong with her but Victoria said that she just needed some time for herself. Then she sat up, she had lots of homework to do so she started to get back up to work. And of course her mother stood in the doorway to see what she was doing. The she said: "Al right, darling. We'll go. Maybe even have a walk on the beach- if the weather holds". Charlie, the little brother of Victoria, loves the sound of the sea so she thought it'll help him to drop off. Victoria was of course upset by the poverty she'd seen, and by Kloete's brutality. She was worried about Maswe's safety. Then she saw that her dog Hattie was in the garden. Hattie ran to the old overgrown tree stump that Victoria and Maswe called Big Bush. Back into the years it was a very good hide place. When she was in the garden she screamed, because Maswe was lying and hiding there. He was hurt but he told Victoria that nobody must know that he is here. So Victoria hide him in the old servant's roomwere he could recover. When she flicked on the torch she saw how bad he was hurt. His wrists and ankles were puffed up and ringed with raw lacerations. He needed help and Victoria began to think who she could trust to help him, no one.... She was on her own to help him. But then her adults came home so she had to go.

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Chapter 921/2/2014

Victoria's parents, who had came back were joined by the Conways. They were coming to celebrate her father's accepting the new post.

VIctoria's mother went upstairs to her daughter's bedroom, where she found her with wet hair and clothes. She asked if she had taken
a shower, and without waiting on an answer, swiftly left after telling Victoria to dress for the occasion and go downstairs to meet with
the Conways.

When Victoria came into the room, she was greeted by Mr and Mrs Conway, which she didn't like. She tried to leave, but as soon as
she saw a chance to escape the guests, her mom entered with a tray of savouries. Mrs Conway said she had a surprise for
'Vicky', as she called her. The woman reached behind her chair and gave her a photograph album. Victoria was told to put photos of
dishy boys in it.

The girl walked upstairs to her bedroom and threw the photograph album down on the ground. She could only think of the poor Maswe, laying in a haypile
just outside. Thinking about putting a photo of Maswe in the album, she thought about Mrs Conway saying: "Oh, Vicky. It's not a record of your servants.
Why would you want to put a picture of a dirty, stinky black in your lovely, pure, white girl's album?'

She kept thinking about Maswe, while she heard muffled laughs of both her parents and the Conways from the living room.
She layed down on her bed and let out a big sigh.

Made by Lennard

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Chapter 1021/2/2014

Chapter Ten

Victoria woke up fully dressed, the house was silenced. When she looked at her watch, she saw it was already 9:30. Victoria leaped off the bed and ran down the passage. Stuck to the kitchen was a note: daddy operating emergency. Charlie and I at Grannys. Phone me if you want me to collect you. Probably back late. Victoria opened the door of Mashwe, he was still in the room. Victoria cleaned his wounds. When Victoria asked what happened to him, he answered: I cannot speak for it. Your live will be in danger. You have already done too much. Victoria didnt understand it at all. Then he collapsed into sleep again. Victoria left Mashwe alone, someone was arriving so she ran into the house. Victorias mom immediately smells a Dettol smell. Victoria said that she used Dettol for just a small cut. Victorias mom had a bag with her favorite biscuits in it, granny sent it. When Victoria gives Charlie his bath, she was thinking about Mashwe. Victorias dad was back late from the hospital. After they ate their meal the doorbell rang. Victoria heard a voice and thought: I knew that coarse voice.

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Chapter 1121/2/2014

made by: Alexander Rooij

In the kitchen was Sergeant Kloete. He was looking for Maswe Salwise. He is a wanted criminal and they have reason to believe he is in the area. He had a search warrant. Dad said that he had seen Maswe two years ago.

Sergeant Kloete wants to check Seraphinas room. I could hear what had to be Stompie crashing his way towards the backyard from the front of the house.

I had to get to Maswe. He was awake. I raced over to him and hooked my hands under his arms for behind him. Then I lifted one side of the bath. The bath was heavy. Maswe rolled under it.

I gulped for air as I made my way back to the house. How dare they invade our home and trash Seraphinas room? I wanted Dad to stop all this craziness.

Kloete strode across to the back door, shoving me out of the way. Mom asked dad what this was all about. Stompie was crashing about in the summerhouse next to our pool.

Hattie was getting hoarse from barking. Kloete spotted the door to Maswes room and went to try the handle. Then he bashed is left shoulder against the door. He stumbled into the room. I held my breath.

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Chapter 2320/2/2014

Victoria slowly walked back to the front steps of their house. She kept falling because of the swirling feeling she got. She sat down on the steps. Hattie ran towards her, and licked the tears from her face. She followed Hattie into the house. The door of Maswe’s room was still open, and she walked inside. She closed the door because she didn’t wanted his spirit to go away. Everything in his room was ransacked. In the corner of the room he stacked his blankets and clothes. On top of it, there was a sheet of paper laying. Tori, it said. In the letter he said that he wouldn’t be away long, And if she wanted to leave a message for his mom.
When she woke up that Sunday morning, her dad was very happy. Not exactly like she felt, so she went outside into the garden. She was thinking about Maswe, when her mom and dad came outside to have some drinks. After that she went back inside the house, to start copying the stack of notes Miss Obers had given her. But she couldn’t stop thinking of Maswe, and she started reading his letter over and over again. 

-Denise

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CHAPTER SEVENTEEN20/2/2014

- Chapter seventeen -

Victoria returned to the yard, when she happen to notice Seraphina's door was ajar. Her parents had done quite a good job of cleaning her room, but some of her stuff weren't in the right place. it also gave an impression that she was moving out. seraphina was standing in the middle of the room looking a little miserable. whenshe whispered her name she recalled that she'd be making dinner in one second. Shehesitated telling her about Maswe but she promised she wouldn't. Victoria spend the rest of her day sleeping, although that wasn't her intension. The net morning she changed quickly and crept out of the front door and raced across the garden. As she neared Maswe's room she slowed down. that's when her dad greeted her. She told her dad she wanted to fetch her swimming costume for the summerhouse. eventually her dad made his way to his work. Victoria waited a moment or two, then knocked on Maswe's door. It's me Victoria she said pushing the door. It swung open. " Jesus, Victoria. Where the hell have you been " Maswe leaned towards her an grabbed her arm, Worried because she didn't come to see him last night, but relieved because she was save. After her visit to Maswe she ate breakfast on her way to school in the car with her mother. They came by Elise and Beulah and desided to give them a lift, although Victoria didn't agree to that idea. The only thing she could focus on was Maswe and the message that Godiva gave her. She only began to focus on school when Miss Obers took her aside. She asked if something was wrong. Victoria answered that a friend of hers was in trouble but that she couldn't talk about it. although Miss Obers insisted Victoria kept her mouth shut.

- By Isis -

 

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Chapter 1220/2/2014

Chapter 12

By Niek Verdonk :)

Police agent Kloete and his companion, or slave, whatever you want to call it, Stompie, went to Maswe's room. Victoria then lost her grip on Hattie, her dog, and it ran into the bathroom, where Maswe hid. Hattie knocked over lete, who's gun fell on the ground. Victoria wanted to grab her dog, but Kloete stopped her, and threightend to kill it. But Victoria wanted to sacrifice herself, and prevented Kloete from shooting. Just when Stompie was hiding, Kloete got called and was told the police had caught Maswe somewhere else, and they could leave, just as they did. When they left, Maswe got out of the bath. Victoria was going to get stuff to clean him, but she was curious to what Maswe had done. Then, she blackmailed Maswe by not giving the bucket of water until he had told why the police was searching for him. But, Maswe got angry and didn't tell it to Victoria. Victoria thought she had the right to know, because she helped Maswe and put herself in danger. They had a discussion, but Maswe was not going to tell her what he did. Then, Victoria ran away and knocked over the water bucket.

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chapter 1320/2/2014

Victoria was back in her room and layed on her bed, staring at the ceiling. She was thinking about everything that happened that evening. She gritter her teeth aigainst to urge to roar or make some other loud noise. Every so often, guilt leaked through into her anger: Maswe hadn't eaten for hours. He would be dehydrated. He was laying in a puddle of water. She tossed her head to get rid of these thoughts. He deserved to be uncomfortable for a while. She went over to the window and pressed her forehead to the cold glass. She couldn't sleep so she thought she might as well take some food to Maswe. She threw a chunk of bread, some cheese, fruit and an old wine bottle with tap water into a carrier bag. She dropped the bag near his head. don't go!. Maswe grabbed her ankle. Tori, I want to speak to you. I am a member of Black Consciousness. My people are slaves. We believe that black people must fight for the freedom of black people. We will do everything in our power to achieve this. Victoria wants to help Maswe. No Tori, I must do this by myself. I need to go.

Meike Zethof

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