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Sheridan Baker, "Paton's Beloved Country and the Morality of Geography," in College English, Vol. 19, November, 1957, pp. 56-61.

Edwin Bruell, "Keen Scalpel on Racial Ills," in English Journal, Vol. 53, December, 1964, pp. 658-61

Edward Callan, Cry, The Beloved Country: A Novel of South Africa, Twayne, 1991.

Edmund Fuller, Man in Modern Fiction' Some Minority Opinions on Contemporary American Writing, Random House, 1958, p. 40.

Harry A. Gailey, "Sheridan Baker's 'Paton's Beloved Coun­try,'" in College English, Vol. 20, December 1958, pp. 143­44

Harold C. Gardiner, In All Conscience' Reflections on Books and Culture, Hanover House, 1959, pp. 108-12

Myron Matlaw, review of Cry, the Beloved Country in Ar­cadia, Vol 10, No.3, 1975.

Martin Tucker, Africa in Modern Literature' A Survey of Contemporary Writing in English, Ungar, 1967.

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