Analysis of Richard Wright's Black Boy

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March 26, 2016

 

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“I hungered for the sharp, frightening, breathtaking, almost painful excitement that the story had given me, and I vowed that as soon as I was old enough I would buy all the novels there were and read them…” Richard hungers for the freedom he and his fellow blacks do not get but deserve. He felt keenly the prejudice of the “white” man and hungered for equality when he wrote, “But to feel that there were feelings denied me, that the very breath of life itself was beyond my reach, that more than anything else hurt, wounded me...
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He felt keenly the prejudice of the “white” man and hungered for equality when he wrote, “But to feel that there were feelings denied me, that the very breath of life itself was beyond my reach, that more than anything else hurt, wounded me. I had new hunger.” The reader cannot help but feel part of Richard’s hunger in his body, mind, and soul due to the strength of his descriptions, his powerful use of words, and metaphors...
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