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Alan PatonIn "The Wasteland," Paton describes the lawlessness and violence inherent in South African society during the era of apartheid (1948-1994). The story begins with a middle-aged man getting off a bus...
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Cry, the Beloved CountryThe reality that Paton constructs through location is fairly profound. On one hand, there is the cultural fragmentation of Ndotsheni. Kumalo recognizes that many of his tribe's people are leaving...
Alan PatonThe title "The Waste Land" of Alan Paton's short story about a South African town reveals the author's attitude toward the setting. The town is dreary and lawless, a place of crime and death....
Alan Patonwell the answer is the story takes place in the waste land and in the evening....so datz the anz...
Alan Paton"The Wasteland" was published as part of Alan Paton's collection "Tales from a Troubled Land." This collection was published in 1961. In this very short story, a man gets off a bus and is mugged...