Analysis Of 'The Ethics Of Living Jim Crow'

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Richard Wright, in "The Ethics of Living Jim Crow", is ignorant to the era of time in which he is living in. A mere boy playing with cinders seemed a typical game to him. He didn 't fully understand that the boys in which he was "playing" with were trying to cause bodily harm. That was his first lesson of "The Ethics of Living Jim Crow". Many more followed that incident but what grasped my attention and left me continuously reading past my stopping point was the raw graphics the author painted. Im able to read the novella as if i 'm watching a movie, like the images were right before me. For me, the story brings forth feelings of hostility towards the opposite race. I became most uneasy with the incident in which the white man raped a girl
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