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Apartheid - To what extent did the statement in the novel Cry the Beloved Country,
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Major Research Paper - Literature Review
By: Ang Jia Jun
In researching the existing text related to Apartheid, there must first be proper definitions of the term 'Apartheid'. Next comes the identification and analysis of works of literature that speak of Apartheid and the lives of people under the South African government. There will be a review of literature concerning Apartheid, where the validity and reliability of each reference source used to shed light on this issue will also be considered.
To what extent did the statement in the novel Cry the Beloved Country, "It is fear that rules the land" apply to Leonard Monteath Thompson's book, A History of South Africa and reality?
Definitions of the Apartheid
To be able to further understand and address the topic, there must be a specific definition of the term 'Apartheid'. In my present scope of research, the term 'Apartheid' turned into 'a drastic, systematic program of social engineering' (Thompson 2001). As a result of the NP [National Party] use[ing] its control of the government to fulfil Afrikaner ethnic goals as well as white racial goals (Thompson 2001). This is further agreed
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