Forrest Gump PDF free download by Winston Groom

Forrest Gump

159 Pages · 2002 · 520 KB · 1,308 Downloads· English

Forrest Gump addresses the age-old problem of human existence: where do we come from, what do we do and where do we go? Inheriting the name of the civil war general who spawned the racist Klu Klux Klan movement, Forrest Gump was born with the intelligence of an “idiot”, but his mother always fought for her son to have an education. fairest education. This wonderful mother always teaches her children when the boy is teased by them “you make no difference”. And whoever asks “why are you so stupid?” then Gump had an answer his mother told: “People are only stupid when doing stupid tricks”.

In a humorous, sarcastic, funny voice that also leaves a bitter aftertaste, the pages of the book lead readers to enter the inner world with a naive look that is not simple of an idiot. An unusual adventure that Gump went through, portraying the United States after World War II.

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