Johannesburg Comparison

Johannesburg Comparison

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  • Johannesburg
  • Laid off? Now what?
  • Johannesburg
  • No, It is already too crowded!
  • Do you have a room to let?
  • Johannesburg
  • I got a raise at work!
  • That's great!
  • There were separate train cars for the white and black passengers. The ones used for the black people were dirty and crowded, as Kumalo described when he was going to Johannesburg. The white only cars were clean and comfortable.
  • Poem City
  • We were just married!
  • That's wonderful!
  • Most Natives were living in very bad conditions, such as described in chapter 9, “Ten people in two rooms, and only one door for the entrance, and the people to walk over you when you go to sleep.”(Paton 89).
  • Poem City
  • How was work today?
  • The white population was living in much better conditions than the natives. There was a lot of inequality in how the majority of people with different races lived in Johannesburg.
  • Poem City
  • The great city is described as "Where equanimity is illustrated in affairs," meaning that people treat each other as equals, no matter their race.
  • In the poem city, people were living in much healthier conditions, so the people were healthy, as described with "Where the city of the healthiest fathers stands, Where the city of the best-bodied mothers stands."
  • In the great city, there is equality between the genders and races. Conditions are much better, and people treat each toher as they should.
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