Georgia Boy: Stories

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Meet William, probably the best literary young character ever written. This book takes you from his perspective as he marks the highs and lows of his family, especially pointing about the laziness and scheming quality of his father and his poor mother. He had the best relationship with the farmhand, who was a black man. The fun-filled book about the boy and him clashing wits with whoever he could find.

What makes this book stand out?

The book is a clear depiction of what kind of life existed in the twentieth century in the south.

Read it for

An excellent book on the tragedy of a life people lived in during the twentieth century.

Don't read it for

The book is depressing for those who aren’t aware of the horrors of how the people used to live before

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