Cry,The Beloved Country.A story of Comfort and Desolation.


“Cry the Beloved country”approaches the racial problems of South Africa with an intelligence,a simplicity and a compassionate sincerity which makes its reading an absorbing and deeply moving experience.It is the story of a simple Zulu parson’s search for his delinquent son in the maelstrom of Johannesburg ,is as moving in the biblical simplicity of its style and drama as it is imaginatively disinterested as an account of the problems of race relations.



Limp illustrated card covers,grubby and edge-worn,Size 7×5 pp 240,inc a list of words,no plates text only.Front hinges broken.half tittle page,detached,and the first 108 pages almost detached,the rest of the binding very loose and partly detached in places.very age-browned throughout,and in a very shabby state but complete. A sad and much abused little book.


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