Cry, The Beloved Country Quotes

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Cry, The Beloved Country Quotes

Quote 1: "There is a lovely road that runs from Ixopo into the hills" Chapter 1, pg. 3

Quote 2: "they go to Johannesburg, and there they are lost, and no one hears of them at all." Chapter 2, pg. 9

Quote 3: "she has many husbands." Chapter 5, pg. 23

Quote 4: "One day in Johannesburg, and already the tribe was being rebuilt, the house and soul being restored." Chapter 6, pg. 32

Quote 5: "I have one great fear in my heart, that one day when they are turned to loving, they will find that we are turned to hating." Chapter 7, pg. 40

Quote 6: "All roads lead to Johannesburg." Chapter 9, pg. 52

Quote 7: "Now God be thanked that the name of a hill is such music, that the name of a river can heal" Chapter 10, pg. 62

Quote 8: "for who is not silent when someone is dead, who was a small bright boy?" Chapter 11, pg. 72

Quote 9: "Cry, the beloved country, for the unborn child that is the inheritor of our fear." Chapter 12, pg. 80

Quote 10: "Have no doubt it is fear in his eyes." Chapter 14, pg. 96

Quote 11: "You see, my brother, there is no proof that my son or this other young man was there at all." Chapter 14, pg. 101

Quote 12: "we do what is in us, and why it is in us, that is also a secret. It is Christ in us, crying that men may be succoured and forgiven, even when He Himself is forsaken." Chapter 15, pg. 110

Quote 13: "I could be willing." Chapter 16, pg. 115

Quote 14: "Why else do we live?" Chapter 17, pg. 119

Quote 15: "Old man, leave him alone. You lead him so far and then you spring upon him." Chapter 17, pg. 122

Quote 16: "What does that matter?" Chapter 18, pg. 133

Quote 17: "It is not permissible to add to one's possesions if these things can only be done at the cost of other men. Such development has only one true name, and that is exploitation." Chapter 20, pg. 45

Quote 18: "The truth is, our civilization is not Christian; it is a tragic compound of great ideal and fearful practice, of loving charity and fearful clutching of possessions." Chapter 21, pg. 155

Quote 19: "In a land of fear this incorruptibility is like a lamp set upon a stand, giving light to all that are in the house." Chapter 22, pg. 158

Quote 20: "this thing that is the heaviest thing of all my years, is the heaviest thing of all your years also." Chapter 25, pg. 180

Quote 21: "there was a brightness in him." Chapter 25, pg. 181

Quote 22: "And then what will happen to the carpenter's shop, that brings in eight, ten, twelve pounds a week?" Chapter 26, pg. 185

Quote 23: "Nothing is ever quiet, except for fools." Chapter 26, pg. 190

Quote 24: "I shall care for your child, my son, even as if it were my own." Chapter 29, pg. 205

Quote 25: "I am a weak and sinful man, but God put His hands on me, that is all." Chapter 29, pg. 215

Quote 26: "Something deep is touched here, something that is good and deep." Chapter 30, pg. 220

Quote 27: "Forgive us all, for we all have trespasses." Chapter 30, pg. 224

Quote 28: "I have learned that kindness and love can pay for pain and suffering." Chapter 30, pg. 226

Quote 29: "When you go, something bright will go out of Ndotsheni." Chapter 33, pg. 248

Quote 30: "that is a small angel from God." Chapter 33, pg. 255

Quote 31: "Although nothing has come yet, something is here already." Chapter 34, pg. 266

Quote 32: "One thing is about to be finished, but here is something that is only begun." Chapter 36, pg. 272

Quote 33: "But when the dawn will come, of our emancipation, from the fear of bondage and the bondage of fear, why, that is a secret." Chapter 35, pg. 276

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