Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry Essay | Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry: What Makes a Story Memorable?

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Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry: What Makes a Story Memorable?

Summary: Examines why 'Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry' by Mildred Taylor was a memorable story. Refers to plot, characterization, themes and writing style. Analyzes the themes of racism and social injustice.
`Roll of Thunder, Hear my Cry' by Mildred Taylor is a novel told through the eyes of Cassie Logan, a nine-year old living in the deep south of America during the 1930's. This book, which covers a year in the life of the Logan family, has many themes including land ownership, racism and social injustice and the history of their land and heritage passed down by the generations of the family.

The novel starts with the four Logan children walking to school for the start of the new term when they are joined by T.J Avery and his younger brother Claude. Stacey, who's on the edge of adulthood, is best friends with the slightly older T.J. He is the only in the group who has learned to accept the inevitability the black people will never be equal...

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