Jonathan Kozol Essay | Amazing Grace by Jonathan Kozol

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Amazing Grace by Jonathan Kozol

Summary: Jonathan Kozol's book Amazing Grace provides an analysis of the lives of the people living in the dilapidated district of South Bronx, New York. The book shows the side to poverty that most of the privileged class in America does not get to see. It also enables us to understand the negative impact of inequality issues, health care problems, and educational shortcomings, all of which contribute to the problems in the South Bronx.
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Jonathan Kozol's book, Amazing Grace, analyzes the lives of the people living in the dilapidated district of South Bronx, New York. Kozol spends time touring the streets with children, talking to parents, and discussing the appalling living conditions and safety concerns that plague the residents in the inner cities of New York. In great detail, he describes the harsh lifestyles that the poverty stricken families are forced into; day in and day out. Disease, hunger, crime, and drugs are of the few everyday problems that the people in Kozol's book face; however, many of these people continue to maintain a very religious and positive outlook on life. Jonathan Kozol's investigation on the lifestyle of these people, shows the side to poverty that most of the privileged class in America does not get to see. Kozol wishes to persuade the readers to...

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