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2 March, 04:37

Which assumption can the reader make about Kumalo?

O

He is embarrassed by the attention his title attracts.

O

He is insecure about his place in the world.

O He is intolerant of different cultures and people.

O

He is cowardly and fails in the face of challenge.

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  1. 2 March, 06:15
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    B). He is insecure about his place in the world.

    Explanation:

    As per the question, the inference that the readers can make about Kumalo is that 'he is insecure about his place in the world' the native life was getting ruined due to the social injustice that divided the society into 'haves' and 'have nots'. The protagonist Kumalo possessed a threat of losing his identity/place in the world (due to the domination and injustice practiced by the whites) and thus, his chief aim was to restore order to his family by taking necessary actions that would be required to establish a place for him and his family in the society. Therefore, option B is the correct answer.
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