Cruelty and Racism in the "Battle Royal" by Ralph Elison.
"Cruelty and Racism in "Battle Royal"
Battle Royal is the first chapter in a novel called "The Invisible Man." "Ralph Ellison," who lived 1914 - 1994, based this novel on the life of a young black man, the narrator, living in the world of cruel racism. The narrator's life was a fine example of racism. The white people, in this story, are merciless and malicious. Ellison's definition of racism incorporates a high degree of cruelty; he tells how white people take pleasure in being cruel to the black folk, especially in the fight scene.
The white people enjoy the heartless acts that the…
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