Cry, the Beloved Country

One of the novel's goals seems to be to offer a balanced portrayal of both white and black perspectives without condemning either side. Does the novel succeed in this goal?

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I think he gives a fair shot to both perspectives, particularly seeing how the natives were abused and oppressed. The novel could have held far more condemnation for the actions of the whites.