Cry for your Country๐Ÿ€ Learn English through story level 3



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Learn English through the story “Cry for your Country”
English story level 3
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This is a novel written By Alan Paton. It is the deeply moving story of the Zulu pastor Stephen Kumalo and his son, Absalom, set against the background of a land and a people riven by racial injustice.

Timestamps to follow chapters:
00:00:00 Chapter 1: The Hills above the Umzimkulu
00:03:21 Chapter 2: The Letter
00:15:07 Chapter 3: Departure from Ndotsheni
00:18:27 Chapter 4: Arrival in Johannesbur
00:25:26 Chapter 5: Welcome at the Mission House
00:37:09 Chapter 6: Claremont, the Rubbish-Pile of the City
00:45:09 Chapter 7: John Kumalo
01:00:49 Chapter 8: The Journey to Alexandra
01:12:35 Chapter 9: All Roads Lead to Johannesburg
01:16:06 Chapter 10: The Reformatory
01:24:29 Chapter 11: Murder in Parkwold
01:29:15 Chapter 12: The Search for Absalom
01:37:19 Chapter 13: Why Fear the One Thing?
01:38:28 Chapter 14: The Prison
01:49:56 Chapter 15: Father Vincent
01:56:18 Chapter 16: Absalom’s Girl
02:01:39 Chapter 17: The Lawyer
Book 2
02:06:15 Chapter 18: High Place
02:11:51 Chapter 19: The Story of a Stranger
02:15:23 Chapter 20: It Is Not Acceptable
02:18:44 Chapter 21: The Servant-Boy Recovers
02:21:53 Chapter 22: The Court
02:23:43 Chapter 23: Gold in Odendaalsrust
02:25:59 Chapter 24: The Heaviest Thing
02:30:00 Chapter 25: The Great Bull Voice
02:33:24 Chapter 26: Another Murder
02:36:48 Chapter 27: The Judgment
02:41:53 Chapter 28: Brother Shuts Out Brother
Book 3:
02:52:37 Chapter 29: Return to Ndotsheni
03:00:45 Chapter 30: Milk for the Children
03:04:09 Chapter 31: No Forgiveness
03:06:36 Chapter 32: The Dam
03:08:14 Chapter 33: Mrs. Jarvis Dies
03:10:13 Chapter 34: Restoring the Valley
03:14:01 Chapter 35: The Dawn Has Come

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8 thoughts on “Cry for your Country๐Ÿ€ Learn English through story level 3

  1. Learn English Through Story says:

    Timestamps to follow chapters:

    00:00:00 Chapter 1: The Hills above the Umzimkulu

    00:03:21 Chapter 2: The Letter

    00:15:07 Chapter 3: Departure from Ndotsheni

    00:18:27 Chapter 4: Arrival in Johannesbur

    00:25:26 Chapter 5: Welcome at the Mission House

    00:37:09 Chapter 6: Claremont, the Rubbish-Pile of the City

    00:45:09 Chapter 7: John Kumalo

    01:00:49 Chapter 8: The Journey to Alexandra

    01:12:35 Chapter 9: All Roads Lead to Johannesburg

    01:16:06 Chapter 10: The Reformatory

    01:24:29 Chapter 11: Murder in Parkwold

    01:29:15 Chapter 12: The Search for Absalom

    01:37:19 Chapter 13: Why Fear the One Thing?

    01:38:28 Chapter 14: The Prison

    01:49:56 Chapter 15: Father Vincent

    01:56:18 Chapter 16: Absalom's Girl

    02:01:39 Chapter 17: The Lawyer

    Book 2

    02:06:15 Chapter 18: High Place

    02:11:51 Chapter 19: The Story of a Stranger

    02:15:23 Chapter 20: It Is Not Acceptable

    02:18:44 Chapter 21: The Servant-Boy Recovers

    02:21:53 Chapter 22: The Court

    02:23:43 Chapter 23: Gold in Odendaalsrust

    02:25:59 Chapter 24: The Heaviest Thing

    02:30:00 Chapter 25: The Great Bull Voice

    02:33:24 Chapter 26: Another Murder

    02:36:48 Chapter 27: The Judgment

    02:41:53 Chapter 28: Brother Shuts Out Brother

    Book 3:

    02:52:37 Chapter 29: Return to Ndotsheni

    03:00:45 Chapter 30: Milk for the Children

    03:04:09 Chapter 31: No Forgiveness

    03:06:36 Chapter 32: The Dam

    03:08:14 Chapter 33: Mrs. Jarvis Dies

    03:10:13 Chapter 34: Restoring the Valley

    03:14:01 Chapter 35: The Dawn Has Come

  2. Abu Omar Yahya says:

    I read it in 1986 then later watch it as a film and now l got as an audio.. the book touched me deeply despite the historical, geographical and cultural factors .. the narration is excellent..

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