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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.
The book was definitely not new. The seller returned 50% of the purchase price which I do appreciate. This is a wonderful book and I would have liked a new copy.Published 2 days ago by jp
Yeah it was a good book. I just got it because I had to read it for school. So yeahPublished 5 days ago by Lora Patton
The umfundisi has borne so deep a sorrow, so close to despair, yet saved by love from his people, his family and his God, and significantly from a source so unexpected: the father... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Nora R. Cortez
A compelling read...having had no idea of the customs and hardships of Africa. Alan Paton writes in such discriptive manner it made me truly feel the hardships these people were... Read morePublished 11 days ago by looksgood
Great, classic book about an aging black priest in South Africa, and his fight (mostly unsuccessful) to save his son and sister from the devastating issues facing blacks in South... Read morePublished 17 days ago by C. Pierce
I had to read this book for a summer reading assignment, and it bored me to tears. The title along foreshadows what will come once you get through the first quarter of the book. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Amber
If you are interested in the history of south Africa this is definitely the first novel to read. Fantastic.Published 1 month ago by Nancy Lou O'brien
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 1 month ago by catnapper