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A Book Report on Cry The Beloved Country By Alan Paton
with the unhealthy land. Kumalo asks about the New Millennium of Education Absalom, but she says that John's son will know.
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He tries to find his son, but it takes quite a while. He will serve essentially as the guide to Stephen Kumalo as he journeys throughout the South African city on his various quests. Stephen says that he doesnt want to leave his e newspaper reports the murder of a noted white man who was going out against crime in the cities and the cruel treatment of blacks, Arthur Jarvis. He is a small rural pastor who does not live in the modern world and is growing to find that the remnants of his world are collapsing around him. When they arrive, Stephen asks Mismangu to come in with him. Both Stephen and his wife hesitate when opening the letter, thinking it may be from their son, but it is instead from the. The reader is encouraged to feel an overwhelming admiration for the white characters who reach out across the colour line there is a particularly nauseating scene where a little white boy delights an elderly black man by deigning to enter his house and speak. The first anecdote deals with the literal physical dangers provided by the city, while the second anecdote bolsters earlier assertions that Johannesburg is a place where people from the country go, never to be seen again.
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He tells Stephen that he does not blame him for what happened and neither did his wife, he also plans to build a new church for him. Paton received great critical and popular acclaim for his first novel, Cry, The Beloved Country (1948) which is distinguished for From 1935 to 1948 he was principal of the Deipkloof Reformatory for delinquent boys near Johannesburg where he introduced many enlightened reforms. Ndotsheni is that village. Msimangu also tells Kumalo that his brother John is no longer a carpenter, but is a great man in politics, despite having no use for the Church. A young man approaches Kumalo and asks him where he wants. She hopes one day to write a book with such playing with Poetry powerful arguments it ends racism forever. Tribes are losing their strength.
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