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This book is full of things I wish to forgive and forget; I don't have to like the way my ancestors were treated in this country. but what it did for me see, is to see through a white person eyes for a little while. A person thinking so arrogantly that he or she thougth their way of life was normal or a honor to treat people beneath them like property. I choose to stop because it make me ill, and to think it still goes on. I want to move on to better things and better thinking.
Review: The Magnificent Ambersons (The Growth Trilogy #2)User Review - Randee - Goodreads
I love reading about turn of the century America as well as the language of the late 1800s, early 1900s. This does both beautifully with a mix of serious and comic melodrama and flowery language. The ... Read full review