Compare And Contrast The Joy Of Reading And Writing Superman And Me

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The Joy of Reading and Writing Superman and Me, by Sherman Alexie tells a personal story of his experience as an Indian in Spokane Indian Reservation. Sherman grew up with his father who loved books, that’s were Sherman’s passion for books began. As an Indian Sherman was expected to be “stupid and to fail in life,” no more than that. Sherman knew he wanted to succeed in life, Sherman “refused to fail.” Sherman’s message to society became clear, with education comes knowledge without it we are bound to fail in life.
In The Joy of Reading and Writing: Superman and Me, expresses joy and desperation to succeed in life. Being an arrogant person is what made Sherman a great novel writer. Sherman was desperate to learn, “I read books late into the
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