Sister KatieeBook - 2004
Sister Katie is a well-written model of how Negroes lived during the post depression era (1939), displaying the unity of the Negro people through ritual, religion, myth, and struggle for survival. <span class=GramE>A story about people who show courage through their actions and respect for other human beings. Filled with historical context and events that lead the characters to act and or react, it shows the subtle beginnings of a developing race-relations. Through a third person narrative with heavy internal perception given of these amazing characters, the story shows the horrors of segregation, specifically how acts of negligence, abuse, and discrimination infects the mind, creating a environment for mayhem. The good versus evil theme in this story appeals to all ages, sexes and cultures. The high-spirited characters leave you exhilarated and excited. A truly tremendous book with many benefits: entertainment, and or a model of instruction for literature or a supplement for English and reading classes as well. A book guaranteed to keep you reading until... and dreading the inevitable ending. This is the book to curl up with, this is the book you will read again and again.
Publisher: [United States] : AuthorHouse, 2004.
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource text file