Commentary On My Cry By Harlan Granger

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Since I have finished the book, I think it was a very good book. I was amazed at the plot, it was amazing and it always kept me on my toes. I did enjoy the story, I would probably read this book again. Some issues of the family was that Papa was hurt badly and couldn't go back on the railroad, while Mama was fired from her teaching at Jefferson Davis School, so they had to rely on the cotton and Uncle Hammer. But then Papa burned one-fourth of the cotton to save T.J.. The community problems were was that the Wallace's were racially discriminating the Blacks that were shopping there, also they would give alcohol to the teens and adding it on to the family bill. Another community problem was that Harlan Granger was raising the cotton prices on

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