In the story Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry the author Mildred D. Taylor wrote it in the view of a nine year old girl. The girl Cassie Logan is very fond of her family's land and is very nosy. I believe the author was trying to convey that children did have a way to think about what is occurring around them. Although there are other Logan's kids, Cassie doesn't really understand everything going on but, she does understand something is not right and there is no equity where she lives. She does not understand why it is like that but, she tries to understand. Cassie's brother, Stacey is usually caught in the middle of things with T.J. and really just leaves it be and tries to get his sblings away from the matter.. Little Man does not understand what is going on and Christopher John kind of understands but refuses to get involved unless his family makes him. Cassie understand things are not fair and gets involved in it.
Post by Maya Kramer on Jun 8, 2016 10:01:35 GMT -5
I agree with you about Cassie and the things she does but I don´t agree with you about the other Logan children. Stacey does understand about the inequality in his world and even understands, even accepts, it. Little Man might be the youngest but his family, and his past experiences, have taught him about the inequality plus he is a great observer. Finally, I do agree with you on some parts of Christopher-John, but he does know about the inequality and learned it much the same way Little Man did.