Cry the Beloved CountryPaper Rating: Word Count: 472 Approx Pages: 2
Walking in someone else's shoes
In Cry the beloved country James Jarvis ultimately transforms into Arthur Jarvis. James steps into Arthur's shoes and sees the side of his son that he never knew. James, blinded by bigotry, never knew his son Arthur until he explored his life once his son was murdered. James Jarvis a narrow minded man doesn't understand the values of Arthur until he explores the unknown life of his son.
James Jarvis looses his son, Arthur to murder. Arthur is a non-racist man, who gets accidentally shot but a native named, Absalom. James his father is a racist man. James never really appreciated his son because he was very narrow-minded. James did not accept