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The all time Classic schoolroom drama as relevant as today's headlines He shamed them wrestled with them enlightened them and ultimately learned to love them Mr Braithwaite the new teacher had first to fight the class bully Then he taught defiant hard bitten delinquents to call him Sir and to address the girls who had grown up beside them in the gutter as MissHe taught them to wash their faces and to read Shakespeare When he took all forty six to museums and to the opera riots were predicted But instead of a catastrophe a miracle happened A dedicated teacher had turned hate into love teenage rebelliousness into self respect contempt into into consideration for others A man's own integrity his concern and love for others had won through The modern classic about a dedicated teacher in a tough London school who slowly and painfully breaks down the barriers of racial prejudice this is the story of a man's integrity winning through against the odds


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    Most of us have seen the movie of To Sir With Love I too but years and years ago Sidney Poitier shines as he plays ER Rick Braithwaite the black teacher of a class of white streetwise ruffian youngsters seniors in an East End London secondary school These kids are poorly fed clothed and housed Their knowledge of academic subjects may be low but they do have a knowledge that equips them to survive where they live It is after the Second World War the 1950s The growing friendship respect and trust between the kids and their teacher is one theme The second and important theme particularly in the book is racial and ethnic discriminationThis is an autobiographical novel based on the author’s own experiences as teacher in an East End London school after the war after having been a British Royal Air Force pilot during the war Neither his color nor his ethnicity was of importance during the war but after they certainly were Through this work the author is focusing attention on such hypocrisy and on racial and ethnic discrimination He was born in Georgetown British Guyana in 1912 and died at the age of 104 in 2016 The strength of this book lies in its message that the best means of fighting discrimination is through shared experiences between those who are different Having a close friend of a skin color religion or ethnic background different from you own teaches than book learning can ever accomplish I liked that not only the kids grew wiser from their friendship with Braithwaite but that also Braithwaite learned from his friendship with them An interracial love affair carries the theme one step furtherFor much of the story the words of Braithwaite are formal a bit stiff and detached This loosens as one nears the end when not only his students have warmed to him but he too has come to feel great attachment for them Braithwaite’s initial formality and his insistence on strict behavior make perfect sense It is heartwarming when he begins to soften and melt It is at the same time realistic that he never turns into a gushing pulp of emotion Braithwaite’s formal demeanor and strength of character are well captured in Ben Onwukwe’s rendition of the audiobook The reading is clear and strong and easy to follow He intones the female characters less well The kids’ Cockney accents are at times harder to follow but this feels accurate and thus correct For me the performance is worth four starsFor those of you who wonder whether one’s memory of the movie should be left untouched I would say go ahead and read this It does not matter that it is of its time it still speaks to us of today It took me awhile to warm to it but I did by the end