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

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Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry

Summary: Compare and contrasts the characters of Stacey and T.J. in the novel "Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry," by Mildred D. Taylor. Reveals that Stacey is a truly honest boy, a characteristic T.J. does not possess.
From the book "Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry", the character of Stacey is a strong contrast to that of T.J. to only a certain extent.

Both Stacey and T.J. have many differences. Firstly, Stacey is an honest boy. When T.J. passed him cheat notes to help him, he "tore the [notes] into bits." This shows that Stacey does not approve of cheating and is an honest boy. On another occasion, Mr. Morrison caught Stacey in the Wallance store. Mr. Morrison knew that Stacey is not supposed to be there, no matter what are the circumstances. However, Mr. Morrison assured Stacey that he is not going to tell his mother. Stacey, being an honest boy, told Mr. Morrison that he is going to "tell" mother. This shows that Stacey is not only honest to himself but also to his mother. From...

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