Wednesday, 2 March 2011

LESSING, Doris, The Grass is Singing, Penguin B2, 2300 words

Ysaura Rodicio, 1º Bachillerato EFL

The book begins with the news of Mary Turner’s murder. When the police arrive at her house, the black houseboy admits that he has killed her. The rest of the book tells Mary Turner’s life since she was a child until the day of her murder. So we know how she fell in love with Moses.

I think that this book is worth reading because it talks about how some white people see black people. It also helps you understand the differences between different cultures.

I would recommend this book to people that think that black people are worse than white people, so that they see they are wrong.

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