Cry, the Beloved Country

At what point does the novel show Kumalo's physical weakness, and not his intellectual prowess?

chapter 9 -12

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Searching for his son makes Kumalo physically weak. He is often tired and fatigued. African tradition dictates that he is at a time in his life when his children should be taking care of him, not the other way around.