Cry, the Beloved Country Essay | Entering a World of Light

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Entering a World of Light

Summary: In Cry, the Beloved Country, James Jarvis goes through a period of comprehending what his son, Arthur Jarvis, was attempting to accomplish in life. As time passes, Jarvis slowly begins to realize the purpose of his son's life and is touched by his son's efforts in changing a prejudiced society.
Oftentimes, when something valuable is lost, one may begin to realize the importance and value of that article. Although what is lost may never be restored, in its absence, there is a tendency for one to travel deeper into a world of trying to uncover the meaning of its presence and understanding its purpose. In Cry, the Beloved Country, James Jarvis goes through a period of comprehending what his son, Arthur Jarvis, was attempting to accomplish in life. As time passes, Jarvis slowly begins to realize the purpose of his son's life and is touched by his son's efforts in changing a prejudiced society. Alan Paton utilizes James Jarvis as a character that comes out of the darkness and into the light, where he begins to realize the truth about society. Stirred from his son's death, James Jarvis emerges from his dark and traditional world...

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