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Cry the beloved country

Author: G F Wear; Alan Paton; R H Durham
Publisher: London, England : Penguin, 2009.
Series: Penguin readers.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Simplified edView all editions and formats
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When people go to Johannesburg, they do not come back. 'Cry, the Beloved Country' is the moving story of two families in South Africa - one black and one white - who are brought into violent contact.  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Easy reading
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G F Wear; Alan Paton; R H Durham
ISBN: 9781405880329 1405880325
OCLC Number: 824149476
Description: vii, 101 p. ; 20 cm. + 2 sound discs.
Series Title: Penguin readers.
Responsibility: Alan Paton ; retold by G.F. Wear and R.H. Durham.

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