What should I say? Is it a typical book that describes the relationship between an elderly Jewish lady and her black chauffeur? Or does the book also tell us something about racism and American history?
At the first moment you don't believe that it reflects a piece of world history.
If you begin to read the book, you think it only is about the relationship between Miss Daisy and Hoke. Of course it is very important for the hole book. At the beginning the relationship between both isn't good. Miss Daisy doesn't want to have a chauffeur, because she thinks that she can do it alone without any help. But with time the relationship changes. They become good friends even though it… Mehr dazu