Feb 28, Michael Nichols rated it it was amazing I thoroughly enjoyed this story, particularly the last ish pages which were set up quite nicely by the first The author captivated the experience of a people and conveyed their emotional states in a way few books do.
Plot[ edit ] Nine-year-old Cassie Logan is walking to school with her siblings Stacey twelve years oldChristopher-John seven years oldand Little Man, whose real name is Clayton Chester Logan six years oldin rural Mississippi. Cassie talks about the land on which the Logan family lives.
It belonged to Harlan Granger, but he sold acres of it in to cover his taxes during Reconstruction. Their grandfather bought two hundred acres inthen another two hundred acres in After several miles of walking, T. Avery and his brother appear. The Avery family sharecrops on the Granger plantation.
She hands them back to a dumbstruck Crocker. That Saturday their father, David Logan, comes home from his railroad job in Louisiana, bringing with him L. Papa leaves the next day to catch a train. The next week, Stacey and T. She finds the notes, accuses Stacey of cheating on the test and whips him in front of the class before failing him.
Instead of telling their mother, Morrison leaves Stacey to do it himself. Stacey tells her and she takes the children to visit the Berrys. Berry is badly burned, gruesomely disfigured and mute.
After lunch, they visit the office of Mr. He is one of the few whites, esp. Southerners who treat black people equally. Barnett begins serving T. Barnett interrupts his business with T.
Barnett that they have been waiting for an hour; he tells her in racist terms to continue waiting. Cassie begins yelling at Mr. Stacey tells her to be quiet, but Mr. Barnett ejects them both from the store. Outside, Cassie accidentally bumps into Lillian Jean Simms on the sidewalk.
Lillian Jean orders her to get down in the road and apologize. Simms, and she is forced to apologize.
When they get home, they find their uncle Hammer Logan from Chicago is visiting with a shiny silver Packard.The Hollywood Reporter is your source for breaking news about Hollywood and entertainment, including movies, TV, reviews and industry blogs. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us.
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|Mildred D. Taylor (Author of Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry)||From the Zanesville Express, Nov.|
|Get A Copy||Every child deserves to know Taylor's firebrand protagonist, Cassie Logan, and experience her untiring battle against social injustices and racism. The struggles young Cassie Logan and her family faced as a strong black family in the Jim Crow south were eye opening to me.|
|Characters||But this is a record that grabs attention right from the start, with its surfeit of invention, ideas and imagination.|
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