Cry The Beloved Country
Terms in this set (13)
What do the two openings in the book suggest about the solutions to the problems that both Stephen Kumalo and James Jarvis encounter?
What aspect of farming does Jarvis realize the people of Ndotsheni need to learn?
How to fight erosion
Why wouldn't it help to educate a native boy?
An educated boy wouldn't want to be a farmer
What does Jarvis realize would happen if the natives started to make a living on their own farms?
Wouldn't want to work for a white man
What does James Jarvis remember about the mission at Ndotsheni?
Dirty, education, run down, hopeless
According to Arthur, why do people become criminals, prostitutes, and drunkards.
None of the black men own their own land
What makes it inevitable that people come to the towns?
Labor would come to the towns
Though he lives in Africa, what does James do for the first time at Arthur's funeral?
Sit with black people
What does Harrison hope about Arthur's murderers?
They get hung
Contrast Harrison and Jarvis's reactions?
Jarvis- Grief, Peace
Double Standard Harrison states
He would live in some of the new compounds, but not all of them
What does Jarvis mean when he says, "It's done me good to listen to you?"
Jarvis learned what kind of man Harrison was as well as his son
According to Arthur's essay, what does the white man in South Africa credit God with?