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Attitudes of Survival in "Cry, the Beloved Country"

Summary: Discusses the attitudes of survival in the book "Cry, the Beloved Country."
The novel "Cry, the Beloved Country" by Alan Paton is a beautiful written piece, which describes the apartheid from the South African's viewpoint. In all of Africa, there are four main types of attitudes that Africa has. These four attitudes are the essence of the country, and make up the resisting force against apartheid. All of these attitudes are divergent but balance each other out, and can help in their own way. Four men in this novel represent these attitudes. John Kumalo is an excellent speaker, but too cowardly to push to the top. Msimangu tries to take action, but in the end gives up, and thinks the only way to help now is through prayer. Napolean believes that a course of action must be taken, and is more important than prayer. Lastly there is Steven Kumalo, who is a little bit...

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