The Theme Of Hope In Sonny's Blues, By James Baldwin

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Blues of hopes engages mainly with James Baldwin’s short story Sonny's Blues. In Sonny's Blues, the author depicts essentially two characters, two brothers: the first one who gets lost in his illusion of relative social success and the other, who is trying to find his way outside the box. Like Sonny's Blues, Blues of Hope tries to engage the reader in the risky attempt the find, not only another way, but also a better way outside our common social life, our traditional perception of life and our social success standard. Blues of Hope might be considered, firstly, as a monologue reflecting the state of mind of a suffering person, like sonny's brother who is in a personal quest for salvation. A real intimate monologue, whose beginning has the
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