Oh traveler of the right path, Don’t despiar. Don’t quit yourself, Don’t be desperate. Take a trip to your heart Just like holy people do. You are the one Who sees the truth, Don’t fall for Beauties of the world. If our hearts beats together, Then why do you care About the world. Turn into your heart. When your heart asks, What will happen in the end? Be sure that Everything will be fine. It is enough for you Just listen to your heart.
This book was published more than 60 years ago, has also been used as an educational book for countless young students.
The main problems represented in this book – Racism, disadvantage, rape, false accusation of rape, all of these are hateful and really should have never existed in the first place within our world and society. But unfortunately they do!
Story wise – the first half was a little difficult for me to get into. I was waiting and waiting for the events to start happening. The second half went much faster, especially because of the court room. If it wasn’t for some part in the first half that bored me, this would’ve received 5 stars. But if we talk about the message to be taken from this book, that was without a doubt an important one.
It was a good novel. But I started this book with expectations those were too high. I tried reading it so many times, but could not move ahead on many occasions.
There was no conflict in this book. There was nothing interesting that compels me to read more.
Recommended to Americans and people those are against the racism.
From where the love’d to come Love for your UnLoved? Will you not miss ’em? Missin’ ’em not, stoppin’ y’self to, Is that the way to UnLove ’em? From forgiveness to Forgotten?
You think you’re not a monster, You must not care what they think. If you care what they think, How will you not hate ’em, well! You became monster for ’em, well! Kind of monster known’s [beloved- UnLoved]
They’ gone and they came not They are free of you na’ As, They free’d you, You free’d ’em, well! They’re as sunlight t’thou but isn’t it tru’ Dark night had to come. Final shade had to go!