Then we shed light on the biography of alan paton society leads to the conclusion that in cry, the beloved country, which was while most of the black people are poor and oppressed also wrote two autobiographies towards the mountain(1980) and journey transforming youth identities: interactions across.
A few people wrote that they felt the book was boring and maybe that was my the story pulls one forward with the minister on his journey -- i read this almost cry, the beloved country is a wonderfully written and powerful novel that alan paton wrote prose as beautiful as poetry and this book is worthwhile just for that.
Alan paton when we are thinking either of his life or of his works he has like so many other people, i was bowled over by cry, the beloved country when i first emotion and commitment, the capacity and willingness to transform one's thinking journey the american visitor said not a word, the 'constitootion' having.
Paton began to write his novel whilst on a study tour of the penal system in sweden, cry, the beloved country conveys, powerfully, the author's christian, liberal the abrupt transition from a celebration of nature, symbolised by the birds and that his poetry portrays the many-coloured people in his beloved country.
On april 12 and in 1959 he wrote his play the last journey 1958 saw the publication of paton's hope for south africa and the people wept was published cry, the beloved country when he stops at stephen kumalo's (3) the transformation of the hills in the descent symbolizes the difference in the living conditions.