A gold mine in Johannesburg.  "The mines, the cry, the mines. For many of them are going to work in the mines."  -A man who interacted with Kumalo on the train to Johannesburg.

A gold mine in Johannesburg. "The mines, the cry, the mines. For many of them are going to work in the mines." -A man who interacted with Kumalo on the train to Johannesburg.

Ixopo in South Africa  "There is a lovely road that runs from Ixopo into the hills. These hills are grass-covered and rolling, and they are lovely beyond any singing of it."

Ixopo in South Africa "There is a lovely road that runs from Ixopo into the hills. These hills are grass-covered and rolling, and they are lovely beyond any singing of it.

Kumao's house.   "The small child ran importantly to the wood-and-iron church with a letter in her hand."

"The small child ran importantly to the wood-and-iron church with a letter in her hand.

Claremont, where Gertrude and her son stayed.  "She (Gertrude) lives in Claremont, not far from here. It is one of the worst places in Johannesburg."   -Msimangu

Claremont, where Gertrude and her son stayed. "She (Gertrude) lives in Claremont, not far from here. It is one of the worst places in Johannesburg.

Johannesburg as Kumalo enters the city.  "Railway lines, railway lines, it is a wonder. To the left, to the right, so many that he cannot count."   -Kumalo's thoughts

Johannesburg as Kumalo enters the city. "Railway lines, railway lines, it is a wonder. To the left, to the right, so many that he cannot count.

A Boy's Club like the one Arthur Jarvis was president of.  "I am compelled by the Annual meeting to congratulate you with this matter, and to express considerable thanks to you for all the time you have been spending with us, and for the presents you have given the Club. How this Club would be arranged without your participation, would be a mystery to many minds among us. It is on these accounts that we desire to elect you to the Presidency."   -letter from the Chairman of the Boy's Club

A Boy's Club like the one Arthur Jarvis was president of. "I am compelled by the Annual meeting to congratulate you with this matter, and to express considerable thanks to you for all the time you have been spending with us, and for the presents you have given the Club. How this Club would be arranged without your participation, would be a mystery to many minds among us. It is on these accounts that we desire to elect you to the Presidency." -letter from the Chairman of the Boy's Club

Absalom's jail cell when Kumalo and the others went to visit him after his sentencing.   "They passed again through the great gate in the grim high wall, Father Vincent and Kumalo, Gertrude and the girl and Msimangu."

Absalom's jail cell when Kumalo and the others went to visit him after his sentencing. "They passed again through the great gate in the grim high wall, Father Vincent and Kumalo, Gertrude and the girl and Msimangu.

Where Absalom had his hearing and sentencing.  "At the head of the Court is a high seat where the Judge sits. Down below is a table for officers of the Court, and to the left and right of the table are the other seats."

Where Absalom had his hearing and sentencing. "At the head of the Court is a high seat where the Judge sits. Down below is a table for officers of the Court, and to the left and right of the table are the other seats.


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