[KINDLE] ❥ Unheard Voices ➛ Malorie Blackman – Writerscompany.co.uk

Unheard Voices In March 1807, The British Parliament Passed An Act Making The Trading And Transportation Of Slaves Illegal It Was Many Years Before Slavery, As It Was Known Then, Was Abolished, And Slavery Still Continues Today In Different Ways, But It Was A Big Step Forward Towards The Empancipation Of A People.Malorie Blackman Has Drawn Together Some Of The Finest Of Today S Writers And Poets To Contribute To This Important Anthology Their Short Stories And Poems Sit Alongside First Hand Accounts Of Slavery From Freed Slaves, Making A Fascinating And Absorbing Collection That Remembers And Commemorates One Of The Most Brutal And Long Lasting Inflictions Of Misery That Human Beings Have Inflicted Upon Other Human Beings.

10 thoughts on “Unheard Voices

  1. says:

    I remember reading an interview with Malorie Blackman years ago when I first stumbled across her Noughts and Crosses series, in which she discussed her reasons for wanting to dwell on the painful topic of slavery, an era of history that the majority of us would prefer to leave burie

  2. says:

    A well selected mixture of texts fiction, literary non fiction and poetry all focusing on the slave trade The book is split into different sections it begins by focusing on the capture of slaves, then the ship journey to America and the sale, then life as a slave and so on There are plenty of extrac

  3. says:

    Review Unheard Voices by Malorie Blackman.This is a book of different stories and poems of people who were in held in slavery many years ago It was well written and organized to show that slavery is an inhuman trade in history to capture the misery and suffering of those who could not escape injustice Malorie

  4. says:

    This was a good collection of extracts that highlights the horror of the slave trade It was well collected, and a good mix of stories, diary extracts and poems

  5. says:

    I wish I never read this book

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