Black Like Me By John Howard Griffin: An Analysis

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Who in their right mind would consider changing the color of their hair to purple when Hitler was controlling Germany? John Howard Griffin did not do that act, but completed one of the same nature. John Howard Griffin was a white man, who disguised himself as a black man to further understand the reason why Southerners were harsh to the colored. Throughout the novel, Black Like Me John Howard Griffin encompasses scenes of chilling reality to accurately portray the harsh life of being colored in the south, gain support for the Fourteenth Amendment, and evoke sorrow in the reader.
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