Racism In Bifocal

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The most prominent theme in the book Bifocal by Deborah Ellis and Eric Walters is racism. We see cases of racism in in many chapters of the book. One of them was when the football team egged Haroon's house. Characters are always discussing the topic of racism and the affects of it. There are people like Kevin, who are the ones being racist. Then we have the people like Haroon, who feel the backlash of the racism. Furthermore, another theme in the book is fear. Fear of being stereotyped, of new cultures and rejection. An example of this was when Haroon said "Fear of terror or terror of fear?"
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