Cry The Beloved Country

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Cry the Beloved Country


Is Alan Paton Racist in his portrayol of the natives? Yes he is, and here are the details to prove it.

Part IPage 10 Then she and put her head on it, with the patient suffering of black women, with suffering of oxen, with suffering of any that are mute.
Pg 13, already full of the humbler people of his race., some with strange assortments of european garments.
Pg 22 White Johannesburg was afraid of black crime.
OLD COUPLE ROBBED AND BEATEWN IN LONELY HOUSE - FOUR NATIVES ARRESTED.
Pg. 35 Who is nothing but a white man's dog.
Pg. 44-45 These things are so bad, said Msimangu... it is true that they are often bad women, but hta is theone crime we dare not speak of.
Pg. 58 God have mercy upon us, Christ have mercy upon us. White man have mercy upon us.
Pg. 59 The white men come to Shanty town. They come and wonder what they can do, there are so many of us. What will the poor devils do in the rain?
Pg. 72 Murder in ParkwoldASSAILENT THOUGHT TO BE NATIVES.
Pg. 75 I say we shall always have native crime **** until the native people of this counrty have worthy purposes to inspire and worthy goals to work for.
Pg. 77 We went to Zoo lake dear. But its quite impossible. I really don't see why they can't have separate days for natives. Where can these poor creatues go?
Pg. 78-79 and others say there is a danger for better paid laor will not , but will also read more, think more, ask more, and will not be content to be forever voiceless and inferior.
Pg. 79 Who knows how we shall fashion such a land? We fear not only the loss of our possessions , but the loss of our whiteness.
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