Cry, the Beloved Country - Book Three, Chapters 4-7 Summary & Analysis

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Rumors spread that the sticks in the ground mark out a dam, though no one knows where the water will come from. No one returns to do anything with the sticks. Kumalo goes about taking care of his church and villagers, while he anxiously awaits news of Jarvis’ return from Pretoria. The little white boy comes back to practice more Zulu. He makes Kumalo laugh with his enthusiasm and confidence. Kumalo is saddened to learn the boy will return to Johannesburg after his grandfather comes home. The boy promises to return for more Zulu lessons. As he leaves he sees a car on the road. He knows his grandfather is back.

Immediately after the boy departs, Kumalo is surprised to find a young black man waiting for him at the church. His name is Napoleon Letsitsi. Jarvis has hired him as an agricultural...

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