Racial concerns in, "Cry, the Beloved Country", by Alan Paton.
Racial Concerns in Cry, the Beloved Country
In the story, Cry, the Beloved Country, by Alan Paton, depicts about Ablsom Kumalo's search for his son in Johannseburg, and he later knew that his son killed white man. His son, Ablsom, is convicted for guilty charges, and that shows that white society is filled with discrimination and injustice. Yet, this murder had brought Stephen Kumalo and James Jarvis, a black and white man together. James was the father of the man who Ablsom had killed. This story is about serching for truth, hope, friendship and caring, self-preservation, racial discrimi…
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