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Cry, the Beloved Country

Cry, the Beloved Country

  

by Alan Paton

Cry, the Beloved Country Chapter 35 Summary

  • The farmers of Ndotsheni are slowly taking on Mr. Letsitsi's ideas for improving their land.
  • Not everybody's happy about these big plans, of course, but hey, at least there's a new hope in the village for the future.
  • Mr. Letsitsi knows it will take a long time, but he's looking forward to the day when Ndotsheni won't have to depend on Jarvis's charity for milk anymore, which prompts Kumalo to scold him for being ungrateful.
  • Mr. Letsitsi tells Kumalo that he is working for the land and for South Africa, not for Jarvis alone.

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