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This story is so beautiful and the reading is very well done.
The characters in the book demonstrate the struggle of humanity to overcome pain and suffering through forgiveness, redemption and love.
Cry the beloved Country, By Alan Paton, is a beautifullly written story of the conflict in South Africa in the 20th century.
Hope you didn't want to know who's saying what about what, because there are no quotation marks. Due to a paper midway through the book that used them, we can see that even in the... Read morePublished 6 days ago by catnapper
Patton paints of picture of South Africa in the late 40s that is balanced and I think more powerful because he lets the details and events speak for themselves. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Len Joy
A must read, if you missed it in college English class. Then, buy the DVD and watch it.Published 12 days ago by Stanley Kritzik
accurate, sensitive, painful, hopeful, honest - a classic that will never become dated and always inspire wisdom to any who chose to read and retread it.Published 18 days ago by Judith