History Ignored Repeats Itself: A peek at Books Written by Katherine Ann Porter, Richard Wright and Andrea Lee
So it is true. History ignored repeats itself. I have heard the quote many a time, but did I ever listen? Of course not, "That won't happen to me", every teenager's motto. From reading the story Black Boy by Richard Wright, I learned that history does repeat itself when ignored. In Black Boy, the writer described his childhood in the early 1900's. He describes problems much like today. This point was also made certain by other stories we read, such as, New African by Andrea Lee, and The Grave by Katherine Ann Porter. In which the authors described childhood's from more than twenty years ago, and there are many of the same experiences as now.
In the book Black Boy, the author describes (from a child's point-of-view), the problems of his childhood. The problems he encounters include a single parent family, a father who leaves his mother, starvation, and missed child support payments.
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