The Summary of “Cry Freedom” Part 2

In part 2 in Cry Freedom tells of the first meeting face to face between Mr. Donald Woods and Steve Biko at an old church.
After having an address from Dr. Ramphele, Mr. Woods drove his white Mercedes from East London to the North and reached the black township, a few kilometers from the center of King William’s Town, where Biko lived.
When he arrived that address, he saw an old church with small trees around it and bits of broken fence and he also noticed that there were 2 security policemen under a tree near there. He waved to them.
After that, he rang the rusty bell and immediately the door opened by a young black woman. She greeted him with a warm smile and she was friendly, not the sort of person he expected. She was Steve’s wife, her name is Ntsiki.
While he was walking inside the church followed Ntsiki, he was surprise because there were many people and they were doing many things like painting the walls, putting up partitions, sewing, and making children’s toys. Then Ntsiki opened a side door and letted Woods to go in there.
It was an untidy church yard with long grass, a huge old tree in the center, and a small building at the other side. He felt annoyed to find someone at there, but he thought that there was something watching him. Truly, there was a tall black figure near the tree. He was Biko, but Woods didn’t recognize him at that time until they both went into the small building. It was a small office in the yard. Biko was young and handsome; his deep, dark eyes were alive and sensitive.
In that office Mr. Woods and Biko started their conversation with the words “System” and “Liberal”.
It was the beginning.


4 Responses to “The Summary of “Cry Freedom” Part 2”

  1. January 12, 2010 at 4:02 pm

    This is another summary that I had done in year 2, IFL. Eventhough, it is not a really good one, but I think it can help you when you need it.


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