The Rights To The Streets Of Memphis Character Analysis

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When forced into a situation, some people crush under the pressure, but others prevail through it. This is proven in the story The Rights to the Streets of Memphis when a boy, the narrator, overcomes his fear. In the beginning of the short story, the narrator’s family is not able to provide food to put on the table. When the mother finally gets a job, she sends the narrator to the store to get food where he is attacked by a gang of boys. After being attacked multiple times, the narrator’s mother sends him back again, but this time he fights back against the boys. In the short story through indirect characterization, the narrator is developed as a complex character because he changes from cowardly to courageous. Through actions and interactions,
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