Julian In The Red Pocketbook

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An ironic character is the black woman, who Julian and his mother encounter on the bus. The scene where black woman’s “fist swung out with the red pocketbook “was an unanticipated scene. Because she experiences discrimination and prejudice first hand she would know the pain and hurt it causes. From these instances you’d think she’d be the last person to puts her prejudice and misunderstanding upon somebody else but she isn’t. As Julian’s mother is playing with the black women’s son Carter, she reprimands her son for playing with the white woman. She’s mad that her Julian’s mother and her son are “integrating” yet she is the biggest recipient from the integration of blacks into society. She wants all the good of integration to come,

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