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1 Chapters   What does Kumalo discover from the Hlatshwayos? the reformatory worker? and the young woman?   What does this foreshadow?   The phrase “Cry, the beloved country” appears for the first time in Chapter 11. Analyze its meaning.

2 Chapters   What does Kumalo discover from the Hlatshwayos? the reformatory worker? and the young woman?   What does this foreshadow?   The phrase “Cry, the beloved country” appears for the first time in Chapter 11. Analyze its meaning. "There are times, no doubt, when God seems no more to be about the world“ (105). Interpret this line using evidence from the text. "There are times, no doubt, when God seems no more to be about the world“ (105). Interpret this line using evidence from the text.

3 Chapter 12 No one can enjoy the beauty of South Africa amid so much violence.   List 4 viewpoints presented.   Side with a chosen viewpoint and defend it. Provide three pieces of evidence to justify your answer.

4  Previous Chapters …

5 Chapter 1 IMAGERY  Each group member should have 1-2 examples of imagery.

6 Chapters 2-3   Predict what you believe will happen once Kumalo reaches Sophiatown.   Cite evidence from the text that leads you to this conclusion.

7 Chapter 4 Characterization  What do you learn about Kumalo during the train ride and once he arrives in Jo’burg?   Cite evidence from the text.

8 Chapter 5 “The tragedy is not that things are broken. The tragedy is that they are not mended again... the house that is broken, and that man that falls apart when the house is broken, these are the tragic things.”   Write a response to that statement in paragraph form. How does Kumalo feel about his family and the tribe? How do Msimangu’s statements relate to how Kumalo feels? Do these statements confirm Kumalo’s fears?

9 Chapter 7 Take notes on the following:  The dialogue and confrontation between brothers, Stephen and John Kumalo.  Pay close attention to John’s opinions on life in a tribal society vs. life in Johannesburg.

10 Chapter 9   Take detailed notes on the housing conditions in Johannesburg.   How were Shanty towns developed and populated?   How does reading the dialogue of Ch 9 help paint a more vivid picture?


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