Theme Of Racism In William Bell's 'Zack'

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In the book Zack, William Bell talks a lot about racism. He uses the characters to show racism. Some of the characters he uses to show racism are Ms. O’Neil, the lady at the motel and his grandfather, and finally Jen’s cousin Kirsten. They are all racist to Zack and that is why I am going to talk about them. William Bell is very good at showing racism in this book. First of all, when Zack is caught downloading content on his background of being a Jew. When he got caught William Bell, put him in a situation where his father needed to come to the school to meet with the principal.
“The principal rose from her chair, eyes on the door. When it opened her eyebrows rose I in surprise. She shot a quick look at me, rapidly composed herself, smiled
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