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The United States civil rights system as seen through John Grisham´s novel A Time To Kill

By Lorena Verónica Alvarez Patiño and Gresia Bernardita Suin Malla

Abstract

In this work the life of one of the most famous Americans writers will be developed who based in his real experiences began to write thriller books. In his first novel A Time To Kill he writes about Civil Rights in the United States and how blacks were discriminated by American whites and theirs laws. Also, the Civil Rights will be contrasted that our country Ecuador is living. In the same way a literary analysis of the book A Time To Kill will be made its protagonists, antagonists, rising and falling actions among other things. The Civil Rights will be reviewed step by step the way that they were presented in the book; how blacks were abused and how the laws were unfair for them. Finally, the conclusion of this work will be given. It includes reputable opinions of the critics about Grisham s books. In addition our personal opinions about this famous American best selling writer will be writtenLicenciada en Ciencias de la Educación. Especialidad Lengua y Literatura InglesaCuenc

Topics: LENGUA Y LITERATURA INGLESA, UNITED STATES CIVIL RIGHTS, GRISHAM JOHN, REDNECKS
Year: 2010
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