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Subject: Book Reports
Date: January 11, 1997
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He wants his son to grow up in his hometown and live the life that he took away from himself by leaving Ndotsheni. Absalom wants his child not to follow in his footsteps. For these reasons, Absalom wants to name his unborn child Peter with reference to the Peter in the Bible...
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For these reasons, Absalom wants to name his unborn child Peter with reference to the Peter in the Bible. When Stephen began his journey to Johannesburg, he was looking for his lost son. John Kumalo would ask him "Have you found the prodigal" (Paton, 128) with reference to the Parable of the Prodigal Son in the Bible...
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