"Hard Times" by Richard Wright.
Bigger's point of view is used throughout the novel as the narrative is centered on Bigger's life. Wright frequently travels into Bigger's mind, begging with Bigger's journey to the pool hall when he contemplates the potential job option of working at the Dalton's. He also voices the feelings of oppression that he has felt at the hands of a white dominated society that becomes the barrio between him and his dreams. Bigger's fear and hatred of whites is shown in the aborted attempt to rob a white owned store, representing Bigger's general interaction with the whites. In addition, Wright…
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