Chapter 13 represents a significant change in Kumalo. He has gradually been sinking deeper and deeper into despair, but at the end of his visit to Ezenzeleni, he tells Msimangu that he is recovered. He has seen an example of the whites helping the blacks, and even the blind have found a purpose in life. This situation gives Kumalo a vision of how the whites and the blacks can work together, which, in turn, gives him hope for the future. Kumalo's optimism will ultimately be fulfilled when Jarvis devotes some of his time to helping the black people.The entire change in Kumalo results because of his reviewing everything that has happened to him. He thinks about mending the tribe but realizes that too much has already transpired and that it is too late. Instead, he dedicates himself to helping people like his sister and the young girl. Thus, his
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