Roll of thunder, hear my cry, is a coming of the age story for Cassie as she awakens to the true extent of racism in the south over the course of her tenth year.
In her novel, Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry (1976), Mildred Taylor seeks to make us see that racism is a vice and unethical. It is the authorтs intension that after reading the novel, people will stand against racism and discrimination of any nature, and treat one another equally and appreciate diversity.
How Is Racism Presented in the Novel of Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
Mildred Taylorтs novel, Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry (1976), demonstrates, annotates, and annotates the past inhuman race prejudice images, vividly, that the African American went through and were subjected to during the 1930s, which was witnessed during the American Depression period. In the novel, Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry (1976), the author presents racism as an influential and major theme of the novel. The author uses various characters such as Papa, Little Man, Stacey, the Ku Klux Klan, and Cassie Logan, a young girl who grows up with racism conflicts surrounding her to demonstrate racism in the novel.