in cry, the beloved country, alan paton depicts a south africa that is plagued by a host of problems, including poverty, racism, violence, ignorance, and fear. select one of those problems and, in a 2–3 page essay, analyze how paton demonstrates that problem’s negative impact on society in his novel. cite textual evidence that supports your ideas, including details that show how the problem influences the thoughts, emotions, and actions of characters and how it shapes the events of the plot.
your process in developing the essay will consist of several steps: break down the topic, plan the essay, draft the essay, revise the essay, and proofread and publish the essay. your essay should be approximately 500–750 words long.
1st why does it matter how long the essay is the teachers should just be happy we are doing their work! Anyways, In South Africa,Kenya,and Nigeria they have a EXTREME high amount of a risk of AIDS/HIV, also Apartheid was the movement of Africans were being segregated by the minority and not the majority (minority: Whites and Majority: Blacks *not to be offensive or raciest in any way*) so the minority took control and every other race that wasn't white was thought of as Ugly,stupid,and 30,000 times more terrible things that were said but those are just the PG version! Hope this helps!
allusion is the right answer
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what is the first step in analyzing or preparing a summary for a piece of literature?
c) describe the setting!