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A Time to Kill, A Review

Summary: Reviews the novel A Time to Kill. Provides a plot synopsis. Examines the main theme of racism.
The novel, A Time To Kill, was an excellent novel. The characters were unbelievably interesting. In this complex story filled with sorrow Tonya a ten year old from a family of six, is raped in the anti-black state of Mississippi. In the state of Mississippi "white" is the predominant race. There are "blacks" but very few. Tonya was black; she lived with her parents Gwen and Carl Lee and three brothers. Tonya was sent to the grocery store. Normally one of her brothers would go but they were being punished by their father so they had to stay home. Tonya had been sent to the store before and her parents felt that she was very reliable but after about two hours of waiting for Tonya to get home Gwen, Tonya's mother began to get worried. From then on, the family begins to feel misery...

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