Everything you need to understand or teach Cry, the Beloved Country by Alan Paton.
Cry, the Beloved Country is a 1948 novel by South African author and anti-apartheid activist Alan Stewart Paton. The narrative follows protagonist Stephen Kumalo as he departs his small village of Ndotsheni to help a sick woman and to seek his son in urban Johannesburg. Themes explored in Cry, the Beloved Country include racial inequality, the effects of fear on society, and the relationships between fathers and sons.
Cry, the Beloved Country Lesson Plans contain 168 pages of teaching material, including: