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Posted June 1, 2004
In the book Muhammad Ali, the author John Stravinsky tells a story about a young boy that grows up to be one of the greatest fighters ever. Throughout the story Muhammad Ali has to overcome many challenges good and bad that come his way. Muhammad Ali was a man that was never afraid to speak his mind and fought for what he believed in. Ali fought for four decades in and out of the ring. The author uses race, crime, and illiteracy to describe Ali¿s life. Throughout the book he author explains man of the good things that Ali does in his life. Ali starts his career off by being a good fighter and he finishes off by being one of the greatest fighters ever. During Ali¿s long career he won many fights, and has accomplished many of his dreams. The good thing about this book is that Ali seems to never give up on what he was trying to do. This book can send a good message to kids never to give up. There are a number of bad events that Ali had to go through in his life. During the course of his life he had to deal with issues such as race, crime, and illiteracy. Growing up in the south where there were mostly whites, Ali had to deal with racism as a young boy. Racism in the south often led to crime. On top of that growing up Ali never really got the Chance to read so he went through his life being illiterate.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.