"Roll of Thunder, Hear my Cry"; Passed Down for Generations.
Mildred Taylor's historical fiction novel, "Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry", is an illustration of how slavery was during the Great Depression. It wasn't that the treatment of blacks was new. In fact, slavery had been happening for many years prior to this novel. Slavery had begun many years before this when the ancestors of these people had been shipped over here to America for the white people to purchase as laborers. The feelings that the blacks experienced as slaves though, had been carried on throughout many generations. In fact, these same feelings became a basis for values, perception…
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