The Short And Tragic Life Of Robert Peace by Jeff Hobbs

This book is a poignant and deeply moving biography that chronicles the life of a young man from the inner city of Newark, New Jersey, who overcame numerous challenges to attend Yale University. Despite his academic success and the promise of a bright future, he struggled to escape the pull of the streets and the weight of his past. The narrative explores the complexities of race, class, education, and the unfulfilled potential of American society through the lens of his life, which was tragically cut short. It is a compelling examination of the fragile boundaries between ambition and survival, and the profound impact of one's environment and upbringing on their destiny.

The 10956th greatest book of all time


Published
2014
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
416
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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