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Evicted: by Matthew Desmond - Poverty and Profit in the American City - A Complete Summary
Evicted is a book written by Matthew Desmond. The book is about eviction and the side-effects that eviction can have on a person or community.
Eviction, which involves poverty and the loss of everything that a person once knew, has an enormous emotional impact on a person. When someone loses their home it is hard, if not impossible, to continue on living, because there are many things which inevitably follow and none of them are positive. That is why the author decided to write about these things that unfortunately become part of people’s lives. The shelter, or home, is something that all of us want to have and something that we are ready to defend even with our lives. For this reason, when people lose their home, it creates a huge impact on them. Some of them recover and eventually find a job and a new life, but some people never recover and remain homeless.
There are two main characters in this book. One of them is a landlord named Sherrena Tarver, who rents houses for those who cannot afford to rent for themselves. The other one is a man named Tobin Charney, who runs a trailer park. The rest of the book is about sociological studies into the problem of eviction.
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