The Rich Also Cry: Stories for Young Readers by Amaechi Nzekwe.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nzekwe, Amaechi. Rich also cry. Jos: Transafrican Links, Inc., 1996 (OCoLC)891824000: Material Type: Fiction.
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Some rich people do very well with their wealth, and even help out the disadvantaged by giving to charity, or adopting a child from a 3rd world country. Some though, fall into drugs, make stupid decisions with their money, spend too much thinking they have more than they do, party too much, etc. 4.
A man who is rich in money alone is the poorest of all people The rich also cry is a theme that trickles throughout the book, The Great Gatsby The most important things in life—peace and joy— are found in people and within, and not in the amount of wealth one has.
Rich also cry I know a man with money like sand, houses as high as the heavens. On his palms lies the world, and his words rule the world. He knows not all the dukes,tom and harry like they know him. suddenly,here comes a time to grow. One pence turn ten,and tens turn double. surely,here lies wealth at its peak. He begins to earn lessons on.
In chapter “The Other Civil War” of A People’s History of the United States, Howard Zinn described the underlying class tensions caused by industrialization during the nineteenth century. He claimed that these tensions would have led to radical labor reforms if the working class’s anger had not been directed towards other issues.