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Essay | Book Review of "How I Learned to Drive"

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Book Review of "How I Learned to Drive"

Summary: Review of the book "How I Learned to Drive" by Paula Vogel.
As the quote bluntly states, the oppressor, Peck, is not merely a villain, but has many admirable qualities. Peck serves as Lil Bit's mentor, friend and father figure as Lil Bit progresses through her childhood. Peck can be considered Lil Bit's father, as in most families, the father of the family usually teaches their sons or daughters to drive. However, in Lil Bit's twisted and crazy world, it turns out that her uncle would have to teach her the basics of driving because she has no father and her prejudice and narrow-minded grandfather would not do a single thing for her. With a family with a grandfather that sees women as objects rather than humans, a mother that is not there half the time, and a grandmother that fills Lil Bit's head with crazy lies about growing up, Lil Bit has no...

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