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In the Fires of jubilee author Stephen B Oates tells the story of a slave who led a revolt to end the white supremacy in the South This book is a non - fiction book and describes the history of slaves who rebelled against the white supremacy Ive acknowledged my self of the efforts of African American in the past The author sets images of story for reader to understand the purpose of the book I always wanted to know the history of the African Americans who were mistreated in the past The authors main purpose is to describe in detail the slave rebellions in 1830s He also explain the culture of that time and how people viewed slavery This book is required for students to read and evaluate the importance of the book I think this book would make me feel sympathetic to the slaves and it would teach me not to hate people because of their color This book makes us realize the consequences that took place in the event of the story The blood shed of innocent African American who fought for their freedom and for their future generation Compared to other books this book contains more detailed information on the rebellions of the slave containing historical facts to make it more interesting The conflict of this story is the struggle of slaves to free themselves and have same rights and privileges as the white people The conclusion of the story was a sad one Nat turner and twenty other African Americans were hanged and the rest surrendered voluntarily to avoid being killed The revolt let by Turner became the bloodiest slave revolt ever in the Southern history The book ended with blood of both African American slaves and whites where their identity color race were different but their blood was of one color This catastrophe approximately killed sixty whites and more than two hundred African Americans Though the rebellion did not
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