- Libro de bolsillo: 394 páginas
- Editor: Penguin Books Ltd; Edición: Reprint (1 de octubre de 1991)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0140348921
- ISBN-13: 978-0140348927
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Taylor Mildred D. : Let the Circle be Unbroken (Us) (Inglés) Libro de bolsillo – 1 oct 1991
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"Readers will be moved by the intense drama."
"Miss Taylor conveys the textures of life among black as well as white and writes not with rancor or bitterness over indignities but with pride, strength, and respect for humanity." "The New York Times"
"A profoundly affecting novel." "Publishers Weekly"
"The fear, cruelty, and the bewildering injustice of a hopelessly racist society are transcended by a family's strength, self-respect, and determination. The characters, both young and old, in all their variety and individuality come alive with penetrating humanness, while the effect of the storytelling is intensified by a lean, understated style and made more poignant by touches of lyrical sensitivity." The Horn Book
"This is fine writing, and readers will be moved by the intense drama of individual scenes and by their historical significance." School Library Journal
"A vivid, complex, carefully crafted, moving novel." "Children's Book Review Service"
"The Logans's story will strengthen and satisfy all who read it." "The Christian Science Monitor""
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Amid the Depression, the Logan family struggles to protect their Mississippi farm and begins to feel the pressures of racial unrest when a friend is unjustly convicted of a crime by a white juryVer Descripción del producto
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The story of TJ Avery was moving. TJ was framed for a murder committed by two white men, then tried in court before an all white Southern jury, people who seemed to presume that the value of black people was similar to the value of farm animals. They were equipment to be used and discarded. What justice was there for them in that environment?
I learned to empathize while reading with their plight. Somehow, though, that wasn't difficult or a chore. I enjoyed the book and couldn't put it down. I would urge anyone who hasn't read them to read all three of the books in this series. They are worthwhile reading, indeed.