Under the Melting Pot
Literatures greatest features are the ability for an author to record
emotional conflict and its subsequent resolution, to understand the differences between nations, regions and cultures and, at the same time, to grasp the essential
unity of humankind then transfer those experiences
to the reader. Using one of the oldest forms of
poetry "haiku," Tyrone Banks has done so within the pages of "Under the Melting Pot."
Readers gain introspection into their own lives with very short and
concise passages that are packed with the marvels of feeling expressed through the wonders of words.
Flow, Vivid, and Well Written. The author successfully renders images of nature
and humanity, which raise questions and reveal strikingly fresh perspectives. Deeply
felt emotions and a sense of discovery are readily conveyed.
"Under the Melting Pot," is absolutely
thought provoking, expressive, and insightful. Author, Tyrone Banks delivers a vivid portrait of a
family, and romantic tale woven into an ever changing society.