Cry, the beloved country: a novel of South Africa : [a study]

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Twayne Publishers, 1991 - Literary Criticism - 127 pages
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Describes the background of Cry, the Beloved Country, discusses its themes, and looks at its critical reception

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It is a social protest against a society that would give later to the emergence of apartheid structures. Patton attempts to create an unbiased and objective of binaries follows that: he portrays ... Read full review

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It is a social protest against a society that would give later to the emergence of apartheid structures. Patton attempts to create an unbiased and objective of binaries follows that: he portrays ... Read full review

Contents

Historical Background
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The Importance of the Work
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Critical Reception
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Copyright

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