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I’ll give you more points once I have more instructions:these questions with quotes from chapter 24 and 25

I’ll give you more points once I have more
instructions: answer these questions with quotes from chapter 24 and 25 of Cry the Beloved Country. Make sure to analyze!
In chapter 24, how do we see James Jarvis’s heart (and perspective) shifting further?
Arthur writes about “the conflict of [his] deepest soul,” what is he referring to specifically? What conclusion does he come to?
What does Paton mean when James and Stephen talk of Arthur, saying “There was a brightness inside in him”?

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