The story takes you back to Mississippi, the year is 1955 when segregation and prejudice still reign. You are introduced to the Johnson family and the Cuthbert family – the Johnsons are black, the Cuthbert whites. An incident between them ignites a revolution for the blacks in Money, Mississippi that will forever change the way people are treated in this city.
The story has multiple main characters with Margaret and Vida being the top two. Their lives come together when Vida writes Margaret a letter telling Margaret she has been chosen to write her life story. Uncertain at first, Margaret decides to accept this offer and travels to Vida’s estate.
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At saying this he let go of her hand and looked down. Leela could tell that Taylor was embarrassed at having to admit to her that he was lost. She […]