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I believe Richard Wright's story, Native Son, is an effective narrative. Richard Wright believes in the immorality of oppression. He seems to beieve in the equality of men ant the value of demonstrating it in everyday actions. He used his book as a tool to vent his frustration, at the world that segregates negroes. His characters, themes and conflicts probably originate from his own experience of separatism. By using such a wide range of characters, he gives the readers who are not blacks esxperience.
The main character of Native son, Bigger Thomas shows various aspects of human nature including actions motivated by fear quick temper, and a high degree of intelligence. Bigger whom the story revolves around portrays various personality elements through his actions. Many of his action suggest an overriding response to fear. Bigger commits a murder not in rage or anger, but as a reaction to fear. Fear from being caught in the act of doing something socially u...
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