Cry, the Beloved Country, by Alan Paton. 1984, by George Orwell. Oliver Twist or Hard Times, by Charles Dickens. The Merchant of Venice, by William Shakespeare.
Last Updated: Mar 26, 2012
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- Bloom's Literary Criticism (Burns Library Database)
After logging in, enter this phrase "alan paton social change." On the list, eight criticism articles will come up.
- JSTOR (Burns Library Database)
Once you log-in, go to Advanced Search then enter with quotes, "cry the beloved country" AND "social change" on the second line. The list of results will all be critical articles regarding Alan Paton's views as presented in the novel. Perhaps you will agree with either Paton or the critics of his work.
- EBSCO Magill On Literature Plus (Burns Library Database)
After log-in you will see four links, choose "Magill On Literature Plus." In the search line near top of page, enter the keywords "merchant of venice." Scan the summaries.
- ABC-Clio Social Studies (History Database Suite)
After logging in, choose the database for "World History: Modern..."
In the search line in, in upper right corner, enter "apartheid" to get some background on the history of this social and governmental change that occurred at the time Paton's novel was written.
A student's impression of Cry, the Beloved Country.