Themes Of Blake Like Me

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John Howard Griffin’s “Blake like Me” is a historical novel which illustrates the author’s experience of discrimination between the whites and African American in the American south states. The author darkens his skin to in order to live as a black man in the south states. Although he encounters numerous challenges, he is still move from state to another which are experiencing racism from whites. Also he interacts with blacks who want justice to live peacefully. Indeed, Griffin accomplishes the major theme of “Black Like Me” reduction of the ethnicity discrimination, through his use of three basic literary themes: religion, race, and identity. A brief investigation of these three basic themes will reveal how “Black Like Me” achieves its
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