Native son- the standards of a society and its effects on bigger thomas
The subject of race has always been a problem of society. A problem that took the United States hundreds of years to fix, to reverse the damage of racial prejudice. Bigger Thomas, the main character of the famous story "Native Son", by Richard Wright, is a depiction of the racial prejudice our society has bestowed upon the black community. His character not only shows the affect of racial prejudice but it also shows the standards in which a person in that situation contains; the very limited standards.
<Tab/>"I could fly a plane if I had a chance",(Wright, pg. 17). Bigger Tho…
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