Non Woke Books

List Non Woke Books

Non Woke Books – Let’s face it, fiction books usually don’t deal with topics like racism and discrimination in a direct way. Non Woke Books are the fiction novels that don’t flat out tell you what you should be thinking throughout the story, and instead let you interpret things from your own perspective.  It’s so important to be aware of the issues in the world. You’ve probably heard about a new wave of woke books. You know, those books that are super relevant, but also tell a story. Here are some non woke books you might want to read if not interested in wokeism;

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To Kill a Mockingbird

To Kill a Mockingbird is about the importance of family, justice and doing what’s right. Set in the fictional Maycomb County, Alabama during the Great Depression, it’s told from Scout Finch’s point of view as she grows up with her brother Jem and their father Atticus Finch. Their neighbor is Boo Radley who never leaves his house but everyone knows he lives there because they see him peeking through his window or walking around his yard at night.

The story starts when an African American man named Tom Robinson is accused of raping a white woman and Atticus takes on his case even though everyone else thinks he should let someone else take care of it because Tom will be found guilty anyway. The trial reveals many things about small town life that Scout has never seen before including racism and segregation among other things.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a classic American novel, and it’s one of the most popular books ever written. Do you want to learn how to write? You can start by reading this book. You will find an entertaining story and some valuable lessons about writing in the process.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is about a boy named Huck Finn who runs away from home because he doesn’t want to go to school anymore. He finds himself on the road with Jim, a slave trying to escape his owner; together they ride downriver and have many adventures along their way.

The Catcher in the Rye

The Catcher in the Rye is a classic American novel written by J.D. Salinger, first published in 1951. The story follows an adolescent boy named Holden Caulfield and his experiences while traveling through New York City and living with his friends. The novel was written from a first-person perspective, allowing readers to see everything through Holden’s eyes.

The author described the book as being about “what happens to people who try not to grow up too fast” – meaning that it shows what can happen when someone doesn’t want to grow up yet but still has responsibilities he has to face anyway. This concept applies both to Holden himself as well as many of the other characters who appear in the novel or at least some of them.

In Cold Blood

In Cold Blood is a non woke book. It was written by Truman Capote and published in 1966. The story is about the murders of Herbert W. Clutter, his wife, and two of their four children at their farmhouse near Holcomb, Kansas on November 15, 1959.

The author takes us inside the minds of the killers as they’re planning and executing their crimes. He also interviews local residents who knew the family, including friends and coworkers of Mr. Clutter’s son Kenyon who was not home when the murders occurred. There are many insightful details about how people lived in rural areas during this time period. However, it does not provide much information about what life was like for African Americans living in small towns during this period except perhaps indirectly through descriptions of racial tensions between whites, so there isn’t much analysis here either way on whether this book is woke or not

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1984

1984 is a classic piece of literature that was written in 1949. The novel is about the struggle between reality and illusion, and it’s a warning against the abuse of power.

The book begins with Winston Smith working at a place called the Ministry of Truth. His job involves altering historical records to fit what the government wants people to believe happened in history. He falls in love with Julia, another person who works at this same institution, but they can’t be together because they are not allowed to have any personal relationships outside of their work environment. They begin writing each other letters where they share their true thoughts on how things really are and what they really want out of life things that are often different from what they say publicly or even think privately while working at the Ministry building themselves up as loyal followers who maintain Party propaganda without question or hesitation as Winston does.

Of Mice and Men

Of Mice and Men is a novella by John Steinbeck, published in 1937. It tells the story of George Milton and Lennie Small, two displaced migrant ranch workers who move from place to place in California in search of new job opportunities during the Great Depression. They hope to one day own their own ranch. The book begins as they arrive at their latest destination, a small farm near Soledad, California where they find work tending sheep for an elderly land owner named Sam who lives with his daughter Curley’s wife.

The pair have just enough money to buy food that night but not enough for a room at the only hotel nearby so they sleep under some bushes instead. Their dreams are cut short when Lennie starts talking about his pet mouse back home and accidentally crushes it under his hands causing him great distress which leads George to strangle him out of mercy or so he thinks.

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Conclusion

Non Woke Books – The point is, books are more than the sum of their characters. They are a window into human history and the world at large. If you want to read something that isn’t woke, there are plenty of other options out there for you.

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