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Expository Character Analysis of "Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry"

Summary: Essay provides an expository character analysis of "Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry" by Mildred Taylor.
The great American depression was a very difficult time for everybody. It was especially hard for African Americans who were the first to lose jobs. Black people were mistreated and there was chaos everywhere. Most people were in dept and were broke except for the lucky few that did not have jobs where they could be fired. The Logans are a good example of a very lucky African American family that own their own land and own a cotton business. The downside is that nobody is buying cotton and Papa or Mr. Logan has to go and work for the railroad. Two siblings Cassie and Stacey who are two of the four Logan children undergo significant change throughout the novel "Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry."

Cassie who is the narrator and the main character in the book undergoes the...

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