Black Boy Rhetorical Analysis

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The Nonfiction Novel, Black Boy was written By Richard Wright.
In the Novel Richard uses various tools of rhetorical to convey his point of determination and aspiration while growing up as an African American boy in Jim Crow South, facing the social and economic struggles that were very stereotypical for African Americans during the time. Black Boy is about a long lived struggle of hunger for not only food, but acceptance, an understanding of the world, love and an important unappeasable hunger for knowledge. Wright is faced with daily obstacles and struggles living in poverty as he is determined to leave behind these circumstances. Wright struggles with hunger started within his family when he was just a young boy. His family was not physically
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