Cry The Beloved Country
What is the Titihoya?
An African bird
What does umfundisi mean?
Msimangu's letter said Gertrude was...
The money Kumalo took for travel was originally meant for what?
To send his son Absalom to school
What did Mrs. Kumalo say about Johannesburg?
Those who go into Johannesburg never come out
What does 'Tixo' mean?
There are two people who have an epiphany in this book. Who are they?
Stephen Kumalo and James Jarvis
The very last paragraph of the book mentions a secret. What does secret mean in this context?
How did James Jarvis feel about this relationship after his son died?
Who influenced Peyton's novel?
President Lincon and Stienbeck (Author of 'Grapes Of Wrath')
What was the relationship between James Jarvis and his son Arthur?
What does "Pro deo" mean?
Who is Stephen Kumalo's biblical allusion?
What is a vingette?
A small, seemingly unrelated scene within a bigger chapter
What is a microcosm?
Literally means little world
who is Absalom's biblical allusion?
Absalom, King David's son
Who is John Kumalo's son?
What did Absalom want to name his son?
Who is John Kumalo's biblical allusion?
John the Baptist
Who was the Voice of the uprising?
Who was the Heart of the uprising?
Who was the Brains of the uprising?
What is Gertrude caught up in when Stephen finds her?
Why does John Kumalo not take that last step while speaking?
He does not want to loose his wealthy lifestyle
What language did Arthur Jarvis have books in his library on?
With whom does Stephen stay after his arrival in Johannesburg?
Who does Kumalo teach Zulu to?
James Jarvis' grandson
What does James Jarvis offer to rebuild?
What does Msimangu become at the end of book 2?
How many times is the titihoya mentioned in this novel?