Your Name Course NumberDate Fannie Lou Hamer: The life of a Civil Rights Icon The book Fannie Lou Hamer: The Life of a Civil Rights Icon was written by Ernest N. Bracey. The book explored the life of Fannie Lou Hamer who was one of Mississippi’s most significant civil rights activist. She was known because of her daring attitude her brinkmanship and her famous impassioned speech. She climbed the ladders to prominence to Mississippi freedom party a group that tried to unseat the Democrats of Mississippi in 1964. The Democrats had leadership that was white dominated and she was among the people that were against it. The book talks about Hamer’s entire life and how she fought to expand the fundamental rights and freedom of the African Americans in the states of Mississippi. The primary purpose of this book was to inform people of the entire life of Fannie that made reading and understanding very easy. The book is a work of scholarship. This is owing to its quality and the captivating method the story is told proving it’s a work of scholarship. In conclusion the work was able to show the life and activities that Fannie Hamer participated in her life story and the problem the black or the African Americans faced. The main things the black did not enjoy were fundamental right and freedom. These were apparently highlighted and shown in the text. The political activities speeches and challenges that were faced by Fannie Lou Hamer were also stressed. The work also made sure to quote and refer to very reliable sources that prove that the story was written was true without bias or impartiality. A reader will enjoy reading the book as apart from being very informative and educative it was entertaining in its way. [...]
please provide evidence from the book while answering these questions determine the author purpose and thesis, does the work successfully develop the purpose of thesis?, why does it develop them or why does it not devlelop them, what are the strenghts or weakness of the work, does the author write well or poorly, what are the sources the author consulted in his study, was the book edited carefully, and is it a work of scholarship.conclude the report with an evaluation of the book.base your conclusions upon your analytical view.