James McBrides Song Yet Sung
Respond to the following prompts:
What primary social issues does McBride address in this book? Look beyond the obvious answers of race and gender. Do you think McBride has used this novel as a platform for deeper social commentary? How, why, and in what ways? What stands out to you about the writing style and presentation? Use quotes from the book to support your answers, and be sure to cite correctly.
2 pages double spaced in Times New Roman font size 12.
Include a cover page with name, date, and essay title.
For quotes, please follow MLA formatting.
PLEASE DO NOT GO OVER THE ALLOTTED PAGE LIMIT.