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A Tale of Two Novels Cry The Beloved Country by Alan Paton and A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens are two very different books written in two very different periods Cry The Belovedplay a crucial role in developing the plot Superficially it seems that these two books have absolutely nothing in common however once carefully analysed revealed is a very profound similarity the mutual theme of Justice hierarchy of the nation the race of the community and the current financial situation of the Cry The Beloved Country is broken up into two different social classes the upper class white people and the lower class black people The black people however also have a and Injustice within human systems in the context of Country is a novel about a black mans country that is oppressed by the white mans law governing the nation and forcing racial injustice upon the native citizens A Tale of Two and lower ranked ones who are forced to earn their income from subsistence work on farms In sinjustice in the novel is the court trial between the two cousins and an accomplice in the murder trial Absalom Kumalo Matdifference of justice between the blacks with power and those without It is obvious that there is injustices between blacks and whites however this is understandable because thew Kumalo and Johannes Pafuri are the perpetrators pite of this we see the greatest they were living in a time of apartheid where the white supremacists where forcing the blacks away from their native homeland One of the greatest displays of Cities is a novel depicting the relationships between France and London and the intertwined characters that the two books is very comparable It is exposed in both novels though a variety of methods the social standings the division between themselves where there are higher standing individuals due to employmfor intent to kill Finally Absalom resorts to taking the same
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