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Book review of cry, the beloved country by alan paton paton displays the city and its people, black and white, as corrupt, so evil that even someone. In chapter four of alan paton's cry, the beloved country the protagonist, stephen kumalo, experiences the bustling corrupt city of johannesburg for the first time.