According to Martin Luther King "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands in times Hobbes that one man should rule over all. He thought it would be best to have one man in total control of everything that people do. He wanted to make sure that the people have no say really in anything when they are going through hard times. They prove who they really are not when things are going well, but when times are difficult in their lives. The critical lens is valid because usually during more serious times the real you come out rather than on a regular day when you’re trying to be somebody you’re not. The Coldest Winter Ever, By Sister Soulja and Bruised by Azàrel.
The Coldest Winter Ever, By Sister Soulja Is a Fiction Book Set in the projects of Brooklyn, New York based on the main characters of Winter Santiaga, Ricky Santiaga, winter’s father, and Winter's three younger sisters, Porsche, Lexus, and Mercedes, Not including her mother. Her life spirals downward when her mother is shot in the face by foes of her father. Shortly afterward, the FBI arrives at the Santiaga mansion while Winter is at a party, takes the family's possessions, and sends the drug lord to prison. Winter is a rebellious, pampered teenage daughter that can do what she what when she wants and can be immature without a problem, but once this happens then her true colors start to come out. This teenage female hustler now has to be who she really is and loves the streets like the curves of her own body. That’s why I Say The Coldest Winter Ever; By Sister Soulja can best support this quote by Martin Luther King.
Bruised by Azàrel is based on the main characters of Carlie and Devon and the many abuses present in their relationship. Although Carlie is young and pretty with a supportive family, she continues to allow Devon to emotionally and physically break her down. As her self esteem plummets and she turns to alcohol for help,...
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