Black Boy Review of Richard Wrights Novel
Black Boy is an autobiography of Richard Wright. Although this is autobiography Richard Wright tells it like a novel, and is in Participant Observer method. Although in a true participant observer the person voluntarily puts himself in the group he is studying. Wright was born into the situation he is in. When he writes this Wright offers insight to what is going on in his mind and also a retrospect of what he feels when he was writing Black Boy almost 20 years after. He does this as almost an omnipotent narrator.
I would highly recommend this book to people. It is a well written book that reads fast and is very entertaining. I think it should be required reading for everyone in college. It offers a view that most white people don't understand. It would give them a new insight on race relations and look at themselves as how they perceive blacks. Black children of the 90's should read this because I feel it would give them new insight on their own heritage and struggle of blacks after slavery. It would show them how much they can accomplish even in the face of oppression.
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