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7th Mar '13 10:00:08 PM Xtifr
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''Cry, the Beloved Country'' is a 1948 novel by Alan Paton. Called "the most important novel in South Africa's history," it tells the tale of Father Stephen Kumalo, a poor African priest who leaves his small village to venture into the big city of Johannesburg, where his estranged sister Gertrude and son Absalom moved years before.

It has been made into film several times, most recently in 1995 with James Earl Jones and Richard Harris. In 1949, Kurt Weill and Maxwell Anderson adapted it into the musical ''Lost in the Stars''.

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* FaceDeathWithDignity
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* ThereShouldBeALaw: People discuss the various social problems, particularly native crime, and discuss laws about what to do.
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''Cry, the Beloved Country'' is a 1948 novel by Alan Paton. Called "the most important novel in South Africa's history," it tells the tale of Father Stephen Kumalo, a poor African priest who leaves his small village to venture into the big city of Johannesburg, where his estranged sister Gertrude and son Absalom moved years before.

It has been made into film several times, most recently in 1995 with James Earl Jones and Richard Harris. In 1949, Kurt Weill and Maxwell Anderson adapted it into the musical ''Lost in the Stars''.

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!!This book provides examples of:

* FaceDeathWithDignity
* ForgivenessRequiresDeath
* FilmOfTheBook
* ThereShouldBeALaw: People discuss the various social problems, particularly native crime, and discuss laws about what to do.
* VerbalTic: Umfundisi

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21st Nov '12 5:24:45 PM DynamicDragon
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17th Oct '11 6:12:25 AM Byzantine
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''Cry, the Beloved Country'' is a 1948 novel by Alan Paton. Called "the most important novel in South Africa's history," it tells the tale of Father Kumalo, a poor African priest who leaves his small village to venture into the big city of Johannesburg, where his estranged sister and son moved years before.

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''Cry, the Beloved Country'' is a 1948 novel by Alan Paton. Called "the most important novel in South Africa's history," it tells the tale of Father Stephen Kumalo, a poor African priest who leaves his small village to venture into the big city of Johannesburg, where his estranged sister Gertrude and son Absalom moved years before.
25th Feb '11 8:08:37 PM Prfnoff
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'''''Cry, the Beloved Country''''' is a 1948 novel by Alan Paton. Called "the most important novel in South Africa's history," it tells the tale of Father Kumalo, a poor African priest who leaves his small village to venture into the big city of Johannesburg, where his estranged sister and son moved years before.

It has been made into film several times, most recently in 1995 with James Earl Jones and Richard Harris.

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'''''Cry, ''Cry, the Beloved Country''''' Country'' is a 1948 novel by Alan Paton. Called "the most important novel in South Africa's history," it tells the tale of Father Kumalo, a poor African priest who leaves his small village to venture into the big city of Johannesburg, where his estranged sister and son moved years before.

It has been made into film several times, most recently in 1995 with James Earl Jones and Richard Harris.
Harris. In 1949, Kurt Weill and Maxwell Anderson adapted it into the musical ''Lost in the Stars''.
21st Feb '11 2:55:11 PM Surenity
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* ThereShouldBeALaw: People discuss the various social problems, particularly native crime, and discuss laws about what to do.

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* ThereShouldBeALaw: People discuss the various social problems, particularly native crime, and discuss laws about what to do.do.
* VerbalTic: Umfundisi
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