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James Baldwin:"The Rockpile", essay by Jessica Ruelle
"The Rockpile" by Jessica Ruelle
"The Rockpile" was written by James Baldwin, a black American writer of the 20th century. This short story takes place in a street of Harlem around the 1930's. James Baldwin shows us, through the life of a black family, the conflicts that can appear in human relationships, but also the presence of temptation and sin. This essay will analyse the themes that are mentioned above, but also how, by some particular literary style effect, the writer plunges his readers in his own world.
One of the main themes is family relationships. We are in a Protestant famil…
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