Hillbilly Elegy is basically a Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis. The book is written by J.D. Vance. The book is about Appalachian values of Kentucky family and the social problems which they face at their home town of Middletown, Ohio. This book represents the story of the author when his mother parents moved when he was at the early stage of this life. You can download Hillbilly Elegy PDF at the end.
Review of Hillbilly Elegy:
In this book, the author describes his brought up and family background. He lives in a small town in Ohio. This book describes the poverty of a family, low paying and the life and the life when he leaves this area. The ancestors of the author were from Breathitt County, Kentucky but he was raised in the Middle town of Ohio. In this book, the readers can get a good glimpse of the author family towards the loyalty of their country despite poverty and social issues. In this book, the author tries to describe his grandparent’s alcoholism and abuse the addiction of his mother towards drugs and also explains her failed relationships. The author struggled hard and at last enable himself to attend Ohio State University and Yale Law School. The author here presents his history along with it he raises some questions from his family and other people associated with him who were responsible for his misfortune in the life.
Features of Hillbilly Elegy pdf:
- The book is written by J.D. Vance in the English language.
- The book is based on the concept of Rural sociology and poverty which individuals face and their relationships with society.
- The book is published in the year 2016 by well known United States publisher Harper Press.
- The book contains a total of 264 pages.
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