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An Analysis of "To Sir, with Love"

Summary: An analysis of Dr. Edward Ricardo Braithwaite's film, "To Sir, with Love", which is about a teacher based in London.
Dr. Edward Ricardo Braithwaite's story, "To Sir, with love" is a story about a teacher who begins teaching at a reform school in London. The author bases the main plot of the story on his own life when he was a teacher in a rough section of London. The plot and characters were believable throughout the movie, their actions showed them as normal students who were rebelling for different reasons, much like students do in the United States today. The cast was diligently picked and made the movie.

Braithwaite kept the story believable and interesting. The students at the reform school had been kicked out of their other schools due to behavior. Most of the students were from broken homes. They either only had one parent or none at all. When Mr. Thackeray began teaching there, their lives changed. He was a positive role model for all the...

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