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Richard Wright - A Hungry Black Boy
Prompt: What is the reason for Wright's use of hunger in the novel? How does hunger actually strengthem his character?
Hm...I think I might have kind of strayed a bit form the topic, but i think it's pretty good essay about hunger in the first part of black boy (we were only required to read part 1)
The word hunger is most often used to refer to as a lack of nourishment from food. Richard Wright is certainly no stranger to that form of hunger in his autobiographical novel Black Boy, but he uses this physical hunger as a symbol of the larger emptiness Richard's inhumane, brutal life has c…
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