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It is not an easy letter.
Shall I get you ticket for you umfundisi?
I do not like Johannesburg. I am sick here.
Kumalo receives the letter from Johannesburg and fears opening it. His wife reads it to him and he is upset by it's contents. Gertrude is said to be sick and in need of Kumalo's help.
The Church too is like the chief. You must do so and so and so.
Kumalo arrives in Johannesburg and is surprised by this new way of life. As he waits in line for the bus, he is scammed into giving a young male a pound for a bus ticket. This represents Kumalo's innocence to the way of life in Johannesburg.
So I shot him. I did not mean to kill him.
Kumalo finds Gertrude and finds out that she is not physically sick, but mentally. He offers to bring Gertrude back home to live Church life again. Kumalo's unending kindness towards those who have wronged him is a unfaltering characteristic he obtains.
Kumalo finds John and is disappointed to find out that he no longer follows the Church. Kumalo can see John's enormous ego and respects that he is speaking for change but realizes he would never take true action.
Kumalo talks to Absalom and questions him about the murder. Once again, Kumalo shows kindness to Absalom even though he has done unthinkable deeds.
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