A Book Review In Understanding The Development And Social History Of Los Angeles

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A Book Review In Understanding The Development And Social History Of Los Angeles

In the book Mildred pierce by James Cain I would give it grade B because it gives a better understanding of development of literature about los angels. in that it portrays the great depression when Mildred and her efforts to build a restaurant business made it vivid the twin pillars of los Angeles life of self possessed free-standing which los angels had more than any other American city. He portrays well the social history of Los Angeles, California and United States which comprised of small population of immigrants to draw for domestic work also these cities were made up of middle class and lower middle class components (Cain 89).

In Walter Mosley always outnumbered always out gunned, I would give it a grade A because, He describes Los Angeles in the 1950s turn the city character into novels. In understanding the social history of Los Angeles, South California and United States he shows perfectly how racial and social complexities took place in mid twentieth century, which really affected these cities. He is ample with the transplanted southern culture and how it came about.

In Yxta Maya Murray, Locas, I would give it grade E because the book doesn’t show clearly the forms of development that took place in Los Angeles it only shows a development of one’s life from one stage to another i.e. from gang bangers to saved people. It is freaking to many readers. It portrays Los Angeles, South California and United States’ culture and social history as one that had been dominated by gangs and how that culture has dominated the cities.

In Burd Schulberg’s ‘what makes Sammy run’ , I would give it a grade F because the book represents lack of ethics that the Hollywood film industry has created in its origin. It shows a unit in the American traditions that is shriveling that is the customs and traditions that were added over in the end of the 19th century (Marmer 149).

American history is known for certain signature triumphs. Anna Deavere Smith’s Twilight is a crucial exploration of what is arguably American culture’s signature tragedy: that whatever it is that one thinks makes the United States “great”, that thing exists side by side and in constant tension with our ongoing failure to address social injustice, economic inequality, and the clash of race, power, and privilege.

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