Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson
2) Summarize the selected book on the first page. The essay should analyze the book based on as many of the themes covered in the course as possible. The grade will be based on the student’s ability to treat the topic with clarity, express comprehension of course objectives, synthesize information, summarize main points and reasonably conclude the essay. Critical thinking—an ability to compare and contrast points of view—is an essential element of this exercise. Students are encouraged to use as many themes from the course readings as relevant for the topic and to seek out a few articles or other works that further elaborate on the main topics covered in the book.
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Solution PreviewThe book Just Mercy by Stevenson is a book written on the themes of the injustices, calls for transformation and the social classes and their indifferences in the society. It entails the redemption from the injustices in the society and the community…