Cry, the Beloved Country

write a commentary of the meeting between kumalo and jarvis(153-156).

what gives this scene its dramatic impact and emotional power? consider the language used and the dramatic irony. also, what changes have taken place in jarvis up to this point

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It is the letter from Sibeko that serves as the impetus for the first direct meeting between Stephen Kumalo and James Jarvis and leads to a sense of reconciliation for the two men. The confrontation between the two men is surprisingly tender; instead of portraying great discomfort between the two men as they have this chance meeting, Paton quickly dismisses the possibility of any animosity between the two men.