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How Bigger Thomas is Affected by Chance.
Chance: noun; a force assumed to cause events that cannot be foreseen or controlled. By chance one can acquire riches beyond their wildest dreams. The lives of two people mysteriously intertwine, finding love by pure coincidence. A man driving in his car looks down to light his cigarette at an inopportune moment, missing a stop sign and crushing the bones of an innocent pedestrian. In Richard Wright's "Native Son", Bigger Thomas is the unfortunate victim of chance. He kills two women and is sentenced to death by electrocution, all for the reason that he found himself in the wrong plac…
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