The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman Essay | Book Review of "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman"

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Book Review of "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman"

Summary: In "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman" the author evolves from a vulnerable, weak slave into a powerful, black woman.
Like any other person, culture, species, and or breed, Jane Pittman, whose account is the basis of the award winning novel, "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman," survived and evolved with the present and future, never staying in the same mindset, and always willing to learn what was new. In this wonderful book, in which the subject, Jane Pittman, must go from being a slave to a free citizen, and must fit in to an ever-growing society. In the beginning she is a weak slave child, who will have to quickly mature when she is abandoned with a young boy, Ned (whose mother was killed in a massacre), and must find her way to a home in Ohio. Ned, only two or three years old at this time, already knows that his mother is dead, and that white people did it...

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