Some propose dividing the country into separate areas for blacks and whites, each with their own lands, cities, and government. The English-speaking churches (Anglican, Roman Catholic, etc.) want more education for natives, more opportunities, and a removal of all governmental restrictions on them, such as the pass laws; the Afrikaan-speaking churches want segregation that will allow the natives opportunity "to develop along their own lines." Note the organization of the chapter: after the series of short scenes, there is a lyrical passage about "Cry [for] the beloved country." After this passage, the narrative again resumes, but the narrative is also presented in short staccato scenes, as Stephen returns to various points looking for Absalom but finds that the police have already been there before him. Chapter 13 represents a significant change in Kumalo. He has gradually been sinking deeper and
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