An Analysis of Sherman Alexies short story Lawyers League from Ten Little Indians how its theme of racism is apparent in the story.
Racism Destroys Us All
<Tab/>How many people would say they are prejudiced? Although most people are prejudiced about something, they would probably say they have no prejudices. Perhaps the most painful form of prejudice is racism. Although most of us try to avoid the issue of racism, it is all around us. It is unavoidable. In his story, "Lawyers League," Sherman Alexie confronts racism and its effects openly. He tells how a person can be both the victim of racism as well as the racist. It also illustrates how racism destroys people's lives as well as their dreams.
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