Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry Essay | Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry

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Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry

Summary: This essay on Roll Of Thunder Hear My Cry, by Mildred Taylor analyses how different themes are portrayed by the different characters.
Set in the cotton growing farmlands of Mississippi soon after the end of the slave trade almost one hundred years ago when feelings of white superiority were still strong, "Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry" by Mildred D. Taylor shows how the warmth of one family is in direct contrast to the chilling hatred and violence that surrounds them. This fascinating and emotional novel is an all-time classic that gives a true account of the deep-seated racism of time and place.

The story is about young Cassie Logan and her family as she rails against the injustices of her society, during the American Depression. Forced into pools of mud every morning by the bus of a white school, Cassie and her brothers get their revenge, but as she soon finds out, justice is not always possible. Alongside her three brothers, Cassie witnesses great displays...

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