Scottsboro: A Novel - E Feldman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0393064905 / Genre: Fiction / Author: E Feldman / Hardcover / 384 Pages / Book is published 2008-07-23 by W. W. Norton & Co.
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Ellen Feldman Scottsboro: A Novel
Pages: 368, Hardcover, W. W. Norton & Company
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Scottsboro is a novel based on true events. It tells the story of 9 black men in the southern town of Scottsboro, Alabama who are dragged from a train, accused of raping two white girls and sentenced to death in 1931. We are led through the book in the first person, mostly from the point of view of a young journalist, Alice Whittier (Alice in a fictional character used to give the story a common narrative.) The elements of the story are the alleged rape of Victoria Price and Ruby Bates; the subsequent trials of the 9 boys; and the international outcry about the injustice of the case. The story is a pretty famous one, but for those who aren't aware of what ... Read the complete review
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