What did the other two men respond when Absalom said they were with him at the crime scene? We also have nameless woman from Johannesburg illustrating the same role. What did Jarvis give young John Harrison and why? Needs are things we can't live without, while wants are simply our desires that we can live without. What happened year by year in the reserves? The news of Absalom continues to foreshadow what? What is the translation of inkosana? Msimangu and Stephen discuss what John has said. Chapter 2 introduces one of the major themes of the book. Lithebe, Gertrude and her son; but Msimangu and the young white reformatory official arrive with very grim news. There is discussion of the crime against the white man.
Lithebe Do they suffer from the same injustices that men do? Therefore, managers must make either rational or nonrational decisions regarding their problem or opportunity. Where did Kumalo go the next day? Who is the government afraid of? After Gertrude joins the family, she helps Mrs Lithebe in house chores. What will Kumalo cry for? At first she does not understand what Kumalo means when he says his son is in prison for ''the most terrible deed a man can do. Why is James hurt and shocked? What are dry in the kloofs? This is to determine the present value of an amount to be received in the future. What does John say that is true about the church? What does Kumalo feel in his heart? What if he himself wanted her? But then when she says she ''can be willing,'' he wants to know why. He is afraid too, but suggests that they go to Shanty Town, the squatter settlement.
Where did the letter come from? Is there any observable animosity between the two men? What cannot keep the men and girls in the village? What is the judgment of the 2nd and 3rd accused? Some thoughts console him, he has momentary visions of a reconstituted family at Ndotsheni; but he is deeply oppressed by his fear for Absalom, and his anxiety about the destruction of the traditional African social order. Would you consider this chapter to be emotional or objective in its presentation? What were the headlines from the Evening Star? What will effect change in the village? In this chapter, we explore the important issues of human resource management and motivation. Meanwhile, as they return sadly home, Stephen is cold with anguish. What happened to his son Absalom? How did they get to Alexandra? She gives the letter to him, whom she calls Umfundisi the pastor. Who are these buildings for? What has his sister done to him and the family by her actions? What gives Absalom some hope? Who is looking for Kumalo and why? How much was in the tin? First, Gertrude was forced to move to the city with her child when her husband, Absalom, left for mining work and never returned when the job was over. Where is the first place Kumalo wants to go when he finds out this news? This chapter briefly veers into the point of view of Mrs. When gold is found, do the laborers get more money from the white owners? Whom were the letters for? What is so incredible about John Kumalo? Do you think the entire novel will be one of hope? Who also was involved with this crime? What does the lady tell them about Absalom? What is important in the native world? He feels a bit lighter when he leaves, as though a small weight has been lifted from his shoulders.
While Stephen Kumalo is trying to reunite a family as a man, women are getting suffering from completely different injustices. What does John Kumalo want a lawyer to prove? Despite the fact that there were white people that were one hundred percent anti slavery, there still was a lot of black people that felt as though they were a still the oppressors. In a further series of vignettes—fictionalized, but close to the historical reality—we see homeless people getting together, forming a committee headed by Dubula, who was also involved in the bus boycott , and building Shanty Town overnight, and, while all this happens, the grief of a mother as her young child sickens and dies. This reveals the utter depths of her hunger, and Stephen regrets this test because he is a good man, and understands why she acts this way. What did she have in her hand? How is the fate of Absalom foreshadowed? These abuse occurs because women have limited rights and means to control and take care of themselves. What puts Kumalo and Jarvis on common ground? All three of these men have broken the law and been caught, but Absalom is the first to have committed murder. Why does it take them so long to open the letter? He needs to know a little more about her, and whether she really wants to be there.
What will the young man do for Kumalo and Msimangu? He apologizes, and asks the girl if she is sure she wants to be their daughter. Why were there no young men or women in church? What is Kumalo shocked at concerning Claremont? He asks if she wishes to come back with him, she and her child, and to our surprise she says she does, and weeps more uncontrollably. Chapter 9 The novelist constantly offers, in dramatized form, salient relevant South African socio-political realities, with all their injustices and imbalances. How does Paton introduce Arthur Jarvis? When stealing anything and blaming it on another person who would eventually be punished for this crime. Chapter 13 represents a significant change in Kumalo. What language has Kumalo never heard spoken? She is distraught and terrified.
When she promises, he says he will make plans for her to move with him. Who is the small white boy who comes to visit Kumalo? Kumalo tells her to go to the other room and get something to eat. The entire change in Kumalo results because of his reviewing everything that has happened to him. What in the letter was shocking news to Kumalo? What two items were discussed? Lithebes is having Stephen Kumalo as a guest in addition he is also bringing more family to stay with him. What were some of the topics of discussion with the men? Cry, The Beloved Country, Chapter. Why are Msimangu and Kumalo asked not to ride the bus to Alexandra? Where was the small child running? He is appalled and embarrassed, but finally angry. Now, in Chapter 16, he must share the news with his son's pregnant girlfriend.
The police are searching for the culprits; they hope that the domestic worker, knocked out by the intruders, will be able to help them when he recovers consciousness. She has not heard the news about Absalom, and when Kumalo tells her, she is devastated. Msimangu agrees with much of it, but fears that a politician like John could easily become corrupt. What do you think the author is suggesting in them? How far it is to Alexandra? What two languages were spoken by Msimangu? This can be very hard on some of the other members of the family. What serves as the impetus for the 1st direct meeting between Kumalo and Jarvis? Stephen tells him that Father Vincent is arranging the marriage and that his wife-to-be will be coming back to Ndotsheni.
What then happens as they meet in this chapter? A friend asks Stephen to enquire after someone who had gone to Springs near Johannesburg but has ceased writing letters home—yet another instance of the way the big city seems to dismantle families. They go to his brother John, who, having greeted them jovially, is shocked by the news. In the meantime, Kumalo will find her another home to live in, closer to where he is staying. A tragic note is sounded in Chapter 11; the worst consequence of the oppression and consequent lawlessness is shown: the death of a man of goodwill, a man who was trying to help. Where did they return after their search for Absalom? Who explains the workings and logistics of Johannesburg to Kumalo? Who does this chapter focus upon? What does Jarvis ask of Kumalo? Give examples of some of the places in the novel where he advances this suggestion. Additionally this chapter clarifies the role of African Americans in the antislavery movement.