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1 JEOPARDY! CRY, THE BELOVED COUNTRY

2 BOOK I SINGLE JEOPARDY!

3 CHARACTERS QUOTES EVENTSPLACESPOTPOURRI 100 200 300 400 500

4 Characters - 100 This character has a “bull voice” and is one of the three most important black leaders in Johannesburg.

5 Characters - 100 Who is John Kumalo?

6 Characters - 200 This person left Ndotsheni to find her husband.

7 Characters - 200 Who is Gertrude?

8 Characters - 300 This character organizes a bus boycott in Johannesburg.

9 Characters - 300 Who is Dubula?

10 Characters - 400 This character writes to Stephen Kumalo to tell him that his sister is sick..

11 Characters - 400 Who is Msimangu?

12 Characters - 500 This character is the “rosy- cheeked priest” from England.

13 Characters - 500 Who is Father Vincent?

14 Quotes - 100 “I am not kind. I am a selfish and sinful man, but God put his hands on me, that is all.”

15 Quotes - 100 Who is Msimangu?

16 Quotes - 200 “It is fear that rules this land.”

17 Quotes - 200 Who is Msimangu?

18 Quotes - 300 “ We are here to stop you, umfundisi. Not by force, you see…the police are there to prevent that. But by persuasion. If you use this bus you are weakening the cause of the black people. We have determined not to use these buses until the fare is brought back again to fourpence.”

19 Quotes - 300 Who is Dubula?

20 Quotes - 400 DAILY DOUBLE!

21 Quotes - 400 “I have one great fear in my heart, that one day when they are turned to loving, they will find that we are turned to hating.”

22 Quotes - 400 Who is Msimangu?

23 Quotes - 500 “You see, my brother, there is no proof that my son or this other young man was there at all.”

24 Quotes - 500 Who is John Kumalo?

25 Events - 100 This character shot and killed Arthur Jarvis.

26 Events - 100 Who is Absalom Kumalo?

27 Events - 200 In order to pay for his trip to Johannesburg, Kumalo uses the money that he had saved for these things.

28 Events - 200 What were Absalom’s education fund, and the money saved up to buy new clothes and a stove?

29 Events - 300 Stephen and Msimangu were prepared to walk this many miles to their destination during the bus boycott.

30 Events - 300 What is eleven miles?

31 Events - 400 This is the reason for the bus boycott.

32 Events - 400 What are raised bus fares?

33 Events - 500 Absalom left the village to go to Johannesburg for this reason.

34 Events - 500 What is to find Gertrude?

35 Places - 100 Gertrude left the village to find her husband in this city.

36 Places - 100 What is Johannesburg?

37 Places - 200 This is the name of the village where Stephen is from.

38 Places - 200 What is Ndotsheni?

39 Places - 300 This is the name of the farm where Arthur Jarvis was raised.

40 Places - 300 What is High Place?

41 Places - 400 This makeshift slum was built by the natives with pieces of leftover metal and wood scraps.

42 Places - 400 What is Shanty Town?

43 Places - 500 This is where blind natives are cared for; Msimangu preaches here while Stephen contemplates the prospect that Absalom has committed a crime.

44 Places - 500 What is Ezenzeleni?

45 Potpourri - 100 This is the definition of umfundisi.

46 Potpourri - 100 What is “parson” or “minister”?

47 Potpourri - 200 Stephen Kumalo has been to Johannesburg this many times.

48 Potpourri - 200 What is once?

49 Potpourri - 300 This character lets Stephen, Gertrude, Gertude’s son, and Absalom’s girlfriend stay in her house.

50 Potpourri - 300 Who is Mrs. Lithebe?

51 Potpourri - 400 This is Gertrude’s sickness.

52 Potpourri - 400 What is being a prostitute/prostitution?

53 Potpourri - 500 This character is considered the “brains” of the three most important black leaders in Johannesburg.

54 Potpourri - 500 Who is Tomlinson?

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56 BOOK II DOUBLE JEOPARDY!


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