Cry, the Beloved Country Essay | Student Essay

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Slumber and Cry the Beloved Country

Summary: This work concerns Alan Paton's Cry the Beloved Country. It is more a statement of intent than an essay and so does not need to be in essay format. It includes a poem and through that poem,a different book perspective is attempted which isn't necessarily stated in the book.
Slumber

What naught could quench nor words appease   
A beast was there to feast
Twas a breeze that sewed the seed       
And nurtured it with wings           
But a time came for decadence           
And the leaves agreed "It is the Solstice..."         

And guilty asunder, so bears it thorns   
One unwilling to sound the horn
Because it knows
If ever It bows its head-           
What lies, just might skip free.
Poem By Gieselle Tambe-Ebot

"I was born on a farm, brought up by honorable parents...From them I learned all a child should learn...But of South Africa, I learned...











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