coming of age in mississippi by anne moody
discuss 4 of what you feel are anne moody’s most controversial critiques of the civil rights movement and the various individuals connected to it?[including her own family and community]
. for each individual paragraph, please cite a specfifc name, or event, and/or a philosophy that she boldly critiques[criticizes] at different points in her memoir and then comment on her sobering revelations in your own words. do you feel her critiques are valid and insightful in each case? or do you feel the opposite, in each case? perhaps you felt she was overly harsh in each case? or not thinking clearly? or maybe you feel she was right on with her ultimate conclusions and revelations? you must tell me what you think in each paragraph.
.in the conclusion, I want you to reflect why you think this memoir was written? who was this written for? and why? if this was not a memoir about the achievements and progress of the civil rights movement, then what are the real lessons to take away from her memoir?
. the word “controversial” can have meanings. in this context, the word “controversial” refers to non-traditional views and explanations pertaining to the civil rights movements. what are some of non-traditional views about the civil rights movement that are being expressed[or exposed] here by a black female who lived it? what types of non-traditional history is she forcing us modern readers to rethink, relearn, or accept as the reality of her life and times?
. there is no need to quote her book, but if you do, you must provide page numbers!
. stay off of and away from sparknotes, wiki,shmoop,gradesaver,enotes,123help,enencyclopedias. the teacher will know immediately that I have been to these sites based on what and how you compose your thoughts.