Cry, the Beloved Country

Chapter 23

The chapter contains more than one speaker and, consequently, more than one point of view. Consider the second section of the chapter in particular, which begins " Gold, gold, gold. The country is going to be rich again." From whose point of view is this section being told?

is this section being told by kumalo? I'm really confused!!

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In Chapter 23, anonymous voices takes over the narration. These two voices represent opposing views of the new gold strike. The first point of view represents the conservative standpoint; the second voise represents the liberal.


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