"Rosa Parks: My Story" Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

"Rosa Parks: My Story"
A discussion on Parks' autobiography, "Rosa Parks: My Story"
# 88092 | 675 words | 1 source | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Literature (American) , English (Analysis) , African-American Studies (Civil Rights)


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This paper analysis Rosa Parks autobiography. It offers a short summary of the book describing the inspiring story of Rosa Parks, who became a leading protagonist in the struggle of African Americans for equality. The paper explores a main character in this book is, her husband, who encouraged her to take part in civil rights activities, and supported her decision to fight against racial segregation. The author explains that many of the secondary characters in this book, such as the bus driver and police officials, are antagonists because they were against what Rosa Parks was trying to accomplish.

From the Paper:

"Rosa Parks: My Story is set in Montgomery, Alabama in December 1955, and tells the inspiring story of Rosa Parks, who became a leading protagonist in the struggle of African Americans for equality. A main character in this book is her husband, who encouraged her to take part in civil rights activities, and supported her decision to fight against racial segregation. Many of the secondary characters in this book, such as the bus driver and police officials, are antagonists because they were against what Rosa Parks was trying to accomplish. The plot of Rosa Parks: My Story began when Rosa Parks "was sitting in the front seat of the colored section of a bus in Montgomery, Alabama." (Parks) She knew that because of racial bigotry, an African American had to give up their bus seat if a white man or woman boarded ..."

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