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Who is Alan Paton?
Alan Paton: Alan Stewart Paton was a South African author and anti-apartheid activist.
- born on (112 years ago) in Pietermaritzburg
- nationality: South Africa
- religion: Anglicanism
- profession: Writer, author
- died on (27 years ago) in Botha's Hill, KwaZulu-Natal
- written works: "Cry, the Beloved Country", "Ah, But Your Land Is Beautiful", "Too Late the Phalarope", "Tales from a Troubled Land", "Lost City of the Kalahari", "Songs of Africa", "Debbie Go Home", "Beyond the present", "The land and people of South Africa", "Sponono", "Diepkloof", "Instrument of Thy Peace", "Llanto Por la Tierra Amada", "Case history of a Pinky", "Hofmeyr", "The long view", "South Africa and her people", "Towards racial justice", "The Charlestown story", "Spark Notes Cry, The Beloved Country", "Journey continued", "D.C.S. Oosthuizen memorial lectures", "Apartheid and the archbishop", "Kontakion For You Departed"
- film written: Cry, the Beloved Country
- film produced: Cry, the Beloved Country
- award: - Anisfield-Wolf Book Award - "Cry, the Beloved Country"
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The Last Angry White Man (2001)
by Adrian Trehorse
Alan Paton is an old -fashioned tough-minded big-hearted liberal who loves -141-142 Adrian Trehorse.
by Eugene Benson, L.W. Conolly
Edward Callan, Alan Paton(1982). Peter Alexander, Alan Paton: A Biography (1994). Patronage.
by Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Professor Emmanuel Akyeampong, Mr. Steven J. Niven
Alan Paton: A Biography. London: Oxford University Press, 1994 . Alexander, Peter F., ed. Alan Paton: Selected Letters. Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society ...
by Victoria Gaydosik
Alan Paton: A Biography. New York: Oxford.
by Robert Hartwell Fiske
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Encyclopedia of Africa (2010)
by Anthony Appiah, Henry Louis Gates
Alan Paton: a Biography. Oxford University ...
by The Diagram Group,
Alan Paton was a white South African writer whose bestselling novel Cry, the Beloved Country ...
by Stanley Green
Music by Kurt Weill; lyrics by Maxwell Anderson & Alan Paton; book by Anderson, based on Paton's novel Cry, the Beloved Country. SONGS: "The Hills of Ixipo," " Thousands of Miles," "Train to Johannesburg," "The Little Grey House," "Trouble ...
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