A hodge-podge of words and pictures that range from so caliginous a night to an imagined beast and its haunts.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
the eclectic authoress recommends...
46. "Cry, the Beloved Country", by Alan Paton is a heartrending story of South Africa, set only a few years before apartheid. It follows Stephen Kumalo, a Zulu pastor who travels to Johannesburg in search of his family. Written with excellent prose and the dialogue style of Steinbeck, Paton' work is certainly deserved of many honors.