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A Complete Summary of The Underground Railroad The Underground Railroad is a novel written by prize-winning author Colson Whitehead about a young woman named Cora. The Underground Railroad is about the history of the African-American people and the troubles that they experienced. The book tells the story of Cora, her grandmother Ajarry, and a young man named Caesar. We A Complete Summary of The Underground Railroad The Underground Railroad is a novel written by prize-winning author Colson Whitehead about a young woman named Cora. The Underground Railroad is about the history of the African-American people and the troubles that they experienced. The book tells the story of Cora, her grandmother Ajarry, and a young man named Caesar. We read about their lives as slaves in southern Georgia and how young Cora wants to escape and live as a free person. The main emphasis of the book is on the horror and difficulty of life for African-Americans who lived as slaves in the old American South. The author gives life to Cora and Caesar and shows how their strong will for life and for freedom gets them through their troubles. Although the book is set in the nineteenth century, the problems which Whitehead touches on, such as racial segregation and racism in general, are very common even today. Because of that, it is no wonder that The Underground Railroad became a bestseller. Here Is A Preview Of What You Will Get: In The Underground Railroad , you will get a summarized version of the book. In The Underground Railroad , you will find the book analyzed to further strengthen your knowledge. In The Underground Railroad , you will get some fun multiple choice quizzes, along with answers to help you learn about the book.   Get a copy, and learn everything about The Underground Railroad .


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A Complete Summary of The Underground Railroad The Underground Railroad is a novel written by prize-winning author Colson Whitehead about a young woman named Cora. The Underground Railroad is about the history of the African-American people and the troubles that they experienced. The book tells the story of Cora, her grandmother Ajarry, and a young man named Caesar. We A Complete Summary of The Underground Railroad The Underground Railroad is a novel written by prize-winning author Colson Whitehead about a young woman named Cora. The Underground Railroad is about the history of the African-American people and the troubles that they experienced. The book tells the story of Cora, her grandmother Ajarry, and a young man named Caesar. We read about their lives as slaves in southern Georgia and how young Cora wants to escape and live as a free person. The main emphasis of the book is on the horror and difficulty of life for African-Americans who lived as slaves in the old American South. The author gives life to Cora and Caesar and shows how their strong will for life and for freedom gets them through their troubles. Although the book is set in the nineteenth century, the problems which Whitehead touches on, such as racial segregation and racism in general, are very common even today. Because of that, it is no wonder that The Underground Railroad became a bestseller. Here Is A Preview Of What You Will Get: In The Underground Railroad , you will get a summarized version of the book. In The Underground Railroad , you will find the book analyzed to further strengthen your knowledge. In The Underground Railroad , you will get some fun multiple choice quizzes, along with answers to help you learn about the book.   Get a copy, and learn everything about The Underground Railroad .

32 review for Summary - The Underground Railroad: By Colson Whitehead - A Complete Summary! (The Underground Railroad - A Complete Summary - Book, Paperback, Hardcover,Dvd, Audiobook, Audible, Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

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    kathy schultz

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    Sandra Masson

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    Donna Peake

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    Constance Donovan

    I needed a quick review of the characters and their journeys so I downloaded this book. It was helpful in understanding their individual struggles and interactions. Did not discuss the metaphors or provide any discussion topics.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Don Boudinot

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    Carol

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    Jo Schotting

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    Susan Maccallum

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    Joline M Mannion

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    Mirta Ojito

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    Shauna Brown

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    Shandra J.

    A great work! Before I began, I knew that this work would not be an easy read with American slavery in the forefront. Little did I know that I had many surprises in store and I also had some difficulties to overcome in keeping things straight as the story has breaks. Sadly, some things were almost a given. While reading this book, it was impossible not to relate Cora's revelations and perspectives to current domestic debates on economics, race, immigration and law enforcement and not understand t A great work! Before I began, I knew that this work would not be an easy read with American slavery in the forefront. Little did I know that I had many surprises in store and I also had some difficulties to overcome in keeping things straight as the story has breaks. Sadly, some things were almost a given. While reading this book, it was impossible not to relate Cora's revelations and perspectives to current domestic debates on economics, race, immigration and law enforcement and not understand that this country's current conflicts are deeply rooted in a horrible past. A past of inequalities, deception, jealousy, insecurities, brutality, greed and violence, spanning centuries and penetrating many groups, who were probably suppose to remain quiet and continue in a status as outsiders. The author did a commendable job in giving voices and recognition to these issues through the characters who were considered to be lowly, servile and without intellect. It was refreshing that these typically understated souls were greatly empowered with such keen insight. It was also a plus that readers could see that enslaved characters who were on the run for freedom, proudly displayed and invoked that if given the choice between liberty and death, death would be far more honorable than to continue without freedom. I was not surprised that capabilities and intelligence were wiped out, never intended to reach adulthood or to be heard, if an adult. Such types would have been too threatening and influential in a repressive environment such as slavery. I had to make adjustments that this Underground Railroad did not actually deliver anyone to freedom with any frequency, as written by the author. Instead, it brought enslaved persons to a new struggle or conflict that still continues, which was intended. The book does end with hope for freedom, but there is no sentimentality to be found anywhere in this read. Maybe this should be attributed to the institution of slavery and not to the author.

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    Kathy Kosek

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