Black Boy by Richard Wright- theme, and how it is revealed by setting, characterization and plot.
Black Boy is an autobiography of Richard Wright's life during a period of racism and inequality. The theme of this book is the dangerous effects that racism can have on an individual and society. The plot, setting, and the minor and major characters reveal the theme as the novel progresses. Richard Wright is very affected by racism during his time, but he refuses to accept that he must live different than whites. The plot, setting, and characterization try to portray this racial inequality in the south, were Richard must learn to survive in.
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