How Does Anne Moody's Influence On Identity

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Environment can have an enormous influence on identity and for Anne Moody we saw how her experiences put a burden on herself. Growing up in rural Mississippi at a time where racism was highly recognized, Anne Moody was categorized just like every other black woman in her community, working for the white people trying to meet ends meet, powerless, uneducated and running after men and having babies. Her mother was a prime example of the stereotypical black woman during that time, having many kids, her husband leaving her for another woman, getting into a relationship with another man, uneducated and slaving over jobs to provide for her children. Reading this novel, I saw the identity of Anne Moody’s mother deteriorating, from Anne’s childhood
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