Essay about Short Reviews of Books
This short story made me feel very questionable. The young kid in the story, Langston, makes you seriously question if there really is a Lord. Langston tells of how when being saved by the lord he felt nothing, as if there really wasn’t a Lord there to save him. Although he only agreed to be saved due to pressure from his family it really made him questions his faith. When reading this story you really start to make yourself think what if. The main thing you have to remember when reading a story like this is faith. Always believe even if a story tells you differently.
38 Who Saw Murder Didn’t Call the Police: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to get attacked? It’s the most terrible thing you could ever think to …show more content…
I Salomly Swear: This story is very funny and makes you want to take a ski trip with your family just so you can relate to the author and laugh with him about the comments he has made. The author tells all about skiing in a funny realistic way. The author makes his readers feel like they are actually there laughing along with him at the kid who fell down or the lame man teaching you how to ski but doing a horrible job at it. This short story gives many examples of how skiing is really not all that fun and not worth the money that is needed to be spent on it. Barry wrote this story to help you understand yet laugh and it was a good read in my opinion.
Black Men and Public Space: It’s crazy how people are so stereotypical towards African Americans. This story truly tells you what it’s like to be black in a world like this. Being black usually makes people think they are in terrible danger. The only reason people are so terrified of black people is because the public shows black people as terrible people. This story is very informative and gives