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The Learning Tree A fine novel THE BOSTON HERALDPhotographer, writer, and composer, Gordon Parks has written a moving, true to life novel of growing up as a black man in this country in this century Hailed by critics and readers alike, THE LEARNING TREE tells the extraordinary journey of a family as they struggle to understand the world around them and leave their mark a world that is better for their having been in it. Best Download [ The Learning Tree ] by [ Gordon Parks ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • The Learning Tree
  • Gordon Parks
  • English
  • 14 August 2017
  • 0449215040

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  1. I consider this to be a very underrated book Everyone talks about To Kill a Mocking Bird, but I feel this is muchpowerful I never would have read The Learning Tree if it wasn t for my book club This is a coming of age story for Newt Winger, a young black...

  2. Great piece of work Gordon Parks does a great job winding through not just racial issues, but prohibition, class structures and coming of age.Much better than the movie

  3. I ve read the whole book several times and pieces of it ten ortimes Parks was an underrated writer of superb quality It s another classic to be that is often overlooked.

  4. The Learning Tree is a fictional study of a black family in a small Kansas town in the 1920s Newt, the protagonist, is an intelligent young man who faces many racial prejudices Like most characters who faces these issues, he dealt with them in pride However, he gets into a difficult situation when he witnesses a murder He has to choose between coming clean or hiding in the dark because a man is being framed for the crime Doing so will forever change his life It s either he live with the gu The Learning Tree is a fictional study of a black family in a small Kansas town in the 1920s Newt, the protagonist, is an intelligent young man who faces many racial prejudices Like most characters who faces these issues, he dealt with them in pride However, he gets into a difficult situation when he witnesses a murder He has to choose between coming clean or hiding in the dark ...

  5. i read this book over 25 years ago and remember it like it was yesterday definitely one of the best books that ive read in my life definitely impactful.

  6. First, this was a re read I absolutely love this book I ve read it a million times and have seen the movie just as many times In my opinion, it s a really brilliant book.

  7. This was an absolutely fantastic book to read This book is suppose to be semi autobiographical If you know a bit about Gordon Parks and his life then you will see some of his life written into the book How much of it was romanticized or fictionalized I don t know but that question did not deter me from enjoying this book The pace is very quick with action in every chapter You would think this is like diary with one chapter representing one day but the book really spans a couple of years of t This was an absolutely fantastic book to read This book is su...

  8. This felt so familiar and so tragic Though Newt s story takes place in the mid 1920s, there are some eery similarities in current racial divides Still I didn t realize that Gordon Parks wrote a book until I read about him after seeing his photography exhibit at the High Museum And Shaft, I remember seeing Shaft when it came on tv for th...

  9. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 2006The Learning Tree challengedA member of the Mobile county school board in Alabama is seeking to remove Gordon Parks book, The Learning Tree, from this summer s reading list for upcoming n...

  10. I read this book when I was in high school and did a paper on it Next to To Kill a Mockingbird, this was another coming of age story told beautifully by Gordon Parks There were many sections of the book that angered me, but I realize it was the sign of the times, for when this was written I recomme...