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Contents Introduction Biographical Sketch The Story Behind the Story List of Characters Summary and Analysis Critical Views Horton Davies on Inspiration Sheridan Baker on the Book as a Kind of Moral Geography Edmund Fuller on Tragedy Martin Tucker on the Novel of Forgiveness Myron Matlaw on Stylistic Understatement Robert L. Duncan on the Suffering Servant J.M. Coetzee on Simple Language Tony Adler on Cry, the Beloved Country and Lost in the Stars Carol Iannone on Paton?s Tragic Liberalism Mark Hestenes on Graham Greene and Alan Paton Works by Alan Paton Annotated Bibliography Contributors Acknowledgments Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Paton, Alan, Cry, the beloved country, South Africa In literature, Race relations in literature, Apartheid in literature, South African literature (English) History and criticism