The Confessions of Nat Turner PDF Download
The Confessions of Nat Turner is a novel by William Styron. This is really amazing novel got Pulitzer Prize in 1967. This the story of black man he is slave. The Author writes this whole saga superbly and got attraction of peoples. This novel just a piece of art. Random House is the publisher of this saga.
Nat Turner is the main character of this saga. He is black man living in America. He is criminal and kill number of white peoples in the America. He is now present in the Jail and the story is about November, 1831. He also killed his closed buddy just because his frustration and for relieve.
He was in jail and told his all past life and starting with his first master. Samuel Turner is the master of Nat and he starting working with him. He here giving education and training of Carpenter. He is not bed man once a white man raped his mom. His mom body badly treated make him really frustrated. After that he also raped many women and badly treated with her bodies. After that he met a man named Reverend Eppes. He is not a good man he is really bed and gives him knowledge how to use the boy. Nat raped young boy and that time only young boy attracted him. He loses his attraction towards the woman. Redneck farmers really bed and treat the Nat badly, here he spends black and bed days of his life.
After that, he goes some elsewhere. he met with the Margaret Whitehead. She is really beautiful girl. her father die and she is living wit her mother and sister in one house. She is very rich lady. Nat met him and just want to get her money. He makes plan to kill her but he failed. He told the all story of his past life present in the jail. lawyer Gray smugly here his all story and punish him and the day comes when he is gallows and his life ended.
William Clark Styron
He was an American novelist and essayist, Born on June 11, 1925 in Newport News, Virginia and died on November 1, 2006 in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts at the age of 81. Studied from Duke University. After graduation he started job at McGraw-Hill in New York City as an editor. He recall into military in the Korean War, And awarded Rome Prize. His some novels are Lie Down in Darkness, Set This House on Fire and The Confessions of Nat Turner.