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Inside this critic, I'll be assessing and comparing two novels. The first publication is "An issue of Freedom a Memoir of Learning, Survival, and Coming of Age in Prison" from R. Dwayne Betts. The next book is "Newjack: Guarding Sing Sing" by Ted Conover. Inside this contrast will first provide a short summarization of the two novels. Secondly I will be answering the fallowing questions, what prisons are already discussed? What types of offenders are there- race, age, gender, amount of offense? How current is the information? What are the terms of the prisons? How would be the prisoners treated? How are the guards and their viewpoints represented? How are the offenders and their viewpoints represented? What kinds of rehab are you? What are the societal relationships with other offenders? What opportunities are available to occupy offenders? What point of view is the author taking -- critical, Positive, does she/he write from the standpoint of a guard, a prisoner? What evidence is/are the writer's points according to and how is the proof presented - for instance, firsthand observations, Statistics? What changes, if any, are suggested or discussed with the writer? How can the data in this novel compare with everything you have read in the article and articles and what you've seen over a class trip? Lastly what is your opinion of this information and perspective expressed in the publication? First I want to give a short summary of the book "A question of Freedom a spoonful of Learning, Survival, and Coming of Age in Prison" from R. Dwayne Betts is about the life altering experience of an inmate. R. Dwayne Betts has been a high school honor student from a lower-middle-class family. He made a poor decision that delivered him to prison. Betts was only six-teen years old and if he had been h.. .