Few stories illustrate the gritty realism of the search for reconciliation better than Alan Paton’s novel portraying a Zulu pastor and his family in a beautiful land torn apart by racial injustice. This heart-wrenching account played a part in what was called "the South African miracle." At a time when living with our differences has become a worldwide issue, it still strikes deep and timeless themes: the longing for racial understanding, the bonds of offender and victim, the anguish of fathers for sons, the fellowship of suffering, and the miracle of forgiveness.
Foreword by Senior Fellow Alonzo L. McDonald.
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