Alan Paton


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Noun1.Alan Paton - South African writer (1903-1988)
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PC Alan Paton, 44, has been paid about PS75,000 to remain at home while the inquiry into the tragedy continues.
Writers discussed include Ronnie Govender, Daphne Rooke, Credo Mutwa, Lewis Nkosi, Alan Paton, and Rider Haggard.
The great Alan Paton said, "The tragedy is not that things are broken.
A Alan Partridge B Alan Lee C Alan Paton D Alan Bennett 14.
Alan Paton said he couldn't see what all the fuss was about.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Alan Paton published "Cry, the Beloved Country" in 1948.
George Faulkner and Alan Paton told BBC Radio 4 they were "diverted to a house in Chipping Norton" - which was later confirmed by their company to be Mr Cameron's home.
Baker, Syl Cheney-Coker, Langston Hughes, James Olney and Wole Soyinka, along with a host of South African writers, including Andre Brink, Guy Butler, Tim Couzens, Stephen Gray, Nadine Gordimer, Alan Paton, William Plomer and Sipho Sepamla.
Famous visitors included Oliver Tambo, Alan Paton, Gatsha Buthelezi, and the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Coetzee, Andre Brink y Alan Paton, que han logrado un impacto global.
He marched in demonstrations alongside Desmond Tutu and Alan Paton.
This is an excerpt from the memoir of the murdered liberal nationalist Arthur Jarvis, in Alan Paton, Cry, the Beloved Country.