The Role Of Emotions In Sharon Draper's Copper Sun

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Copper Sun, written by Sharon Draper, is a book filled with a wide range of emotions. It is about a young African girl who was taken from her home country to an unknown land into slavery. The two emotions that Sharon Draper used to engage her readers are fear and love/affection. The first emotion that impacted the story a lot was fear. It was fear because in the beginning of the story it played a big role like in Chapter Two, page 13 when the destruction of her tribe begins and her parents die, it says “ Amari needed her parents to come get her, to tell her not to be afraid, to run with the underbrush for safety.” Amari was afraid because she was confused and her people were being slaughtered. This impacted the story by her village being

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