Alan Paton: weeping for the beloved country

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dc.description.abstract Alan Stewart Patons novel Cry the Beloved Country was instrumental in alerting the world to the horrors of apartheid at about the same time the National Party came into power in 1948. And its success gave Paton the economic freedom to devote his life to the two things that mattered most to him, and that he did extraordinarily well writing and political activism. His strong faith and deep sense of fairness permeated everything he did from advocating against corporal punishment to contributing to the establishment of one of South Africas first truly multiracial political parties. en
dc.format.medium Print en
dc.publisher BestRed en
dc.subject APARTHEID en
dc.subject POLITICS en
dc.subject PATON en
dc.subject ALAN en
dc.subject INTELLIGENTSIA en
dc.title Alan Paton: weeping for the beloved country en
dc.type Chapter in Monograph en
dc.description.version Y en
dc.ProjectNumber N/A en
dc.BudgetYear 2020/21 en
dc.ResearchGroup Developmental, Capable and Ethical State en
dc.SourceTitle The fabric of dissent: public intellectuals in South Africa en
dc.SourceTitle.Editor Reddy, V. en
dc.SourceTitle.Editor Bohler-Muller, N. en
dc.SourceTitle.Editor Houston, G. en
dc.SourceTitle.Editor Schoeman, M. en
dc.SourceTitle.Editor Thuynsma , H. en
dc.PlaceOfPublication Cape Town en
dc.ArchiveNumber 11896 en
dc.PageNumber 163-168 en
dc.outputnumber 11041 en
dc.bibliographictitle Pienaar, G. (2020) Alan Paton: weeping for the beloved country . In: Reddy, V., Bohler-Muller, N., Houston, G., Schoeman, M. & Thuynsma , H. (eds).The fabric of dissent: public intellectuals in South Africa. Cape Town: BestRed. 163-168. en
dc.publicationyear 2020 en
dc.contributor.author1 Pienaar, G. en

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