Comparison of james jarvis to Stephen kumalo in the novel Cry, The Beloved Country.
Cry, The Beloved Country Essay
The character James Jarvis changed greatly throughout the novel, "Cry, The Beloved
Country". He was a white Christian man who lived in South Africa during the Apartheid. He was
a racist man who didn't want to accept blacks as equals but he did not go as far as killing them.
His son, Arthur Jarvis, fought for equality and even built an African Boy's Club. Arthur died in a
tragic and ironic way. He was murdered by a young black man who was robbing his house. This
boy tuned out to be the son of Stephen Kumalo who is a priest that lives in Ndotsheni.
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