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Graham Hough, "Doomed," in London Review of Books, De­cember 3-16, 1981, pp. 16-17.

Rather than praise the novel for Its political place, this Critic restates the reason for this novel being viewed as a classic It is the story of an individual grappling to understand the complexity of life in a society so obviously unjust as a racist one

Tom McGurk, "Palon's Nightmare Came True," in New Statesman, Vol. 115, No. 2977, April 15, 1988, pp. 7-8.

Written when things looked their worst in South Africa, McGurk feels that Paton's novel foreshad­owed the increased racial oppression under Apartheid He also tells the story of Paton's work be­ing taught in school although he does not see this as   the hopeful glimmer it will eventually prove to be.

William Minier, "Moderate to a Fault?" in New York Times Book Review, November 20, 1988, p. 36.

In this article, Minter examines...

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