Leaving Atlanta by Tayari Jones
The first section of Leaving Atlanta is called “Magic Words.” What are the most important uses of language or speaking that you notice in this part of the text?
To start with, Leaving Atlanta is a novel that is basically set in the course of the height of what most people worldwide recognize as the Atlanta Child Murder. It is clear that the novel is narrated in three diverse yet interlinked tales. The novel is told in three distinct yet interlinked tales. The fifth graders, Rodney Green, Octavia Fuller and LaTasha Baxter who are unforgettable children in fifth grade and who greatly share much in common. In their class, all are slight of an outcast. They are basically not friends; nonetheless, they are linked by other people’s bonds.