"Cry, the Beloved Country", written by Alan Paton.
The novel Cry, the Beloved Country, written by "Alan Paton", takes place in South Africa in 1946, just before the onset of apartheid, or the separation of races. As the novel demonstrates, long before the South African apartheid era, racial inequality existed. Concerning the state of racial affairs in South Africa, the novel shows the story of the Zulu pastor Stephen Kumalo and his search in Johannesburg for his son, who is accused of murdering the white social reformer Arthur Jarvis. The novel presents a study of human relationship of how pain, suffering and love bring people together.
- "Cry, the Beloved Country", written by Alan Paton.
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