Bob Marley : The Untold Story

1111 WordsMay 23, 20165 Pages
There are certain legends in this world that seemingly will last forever, and others that definitely will never die. Bob Marley was an icon that didn’t only represent freedom and peace, but much more. In, Bob Marley: The Untold Story , written by Chris Salewicz mainly to focus on Nesta Robert Marley’s upcoming and personal uniqueness in the duration of his existence, highlights the path of his life from beginning to end. Bob Marley was born on February 6th, 1945 in Nine Miles, St. Ann, a rural parish of Jamaica, and eventually passed away on May 11th, 1981 in Miami, Florida due to Acral Lentiginous Melanoma, which is a type of skin cancer that arises from pigment cells. Bob Marley spread his personal views throughout the world using music, writings, and civil disobedience, and still affects generations today with his unique beliefs, opposing actions, and success. After reading the biography written on Marley’s life, I have come to the conclusion that Bob Marley is completely accepting, optimistic and self-governed. To begin, due to Bob’s amazing and unique personal views, he is an extremely accepting person. Although during Marley’s times and growing up in Jamaica caused for different culture, he made many decisions and some mistakes that are definitely viewed as different which also makes him more accepting, “At 14, Marley dropped out of school and fell in with the delinquent crowd. Despite the different environment, Marley made friends and connections here that would

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