The Change Pains
Why do people do what they do? How do they become who they are? What is it that makes you, you? In they autobiography, Black Boy, by Richard Wright one sees that through different life experiences how a poor, southern, black boy forms his identity through Social Structure, Ideology and Interaction. Wright was born September 4th, 1908 to a poverty stricken and abusive family on a Mississippi plantation. In 1944 he wrote a book telling is life story, not only the history he lived through but the aspect of American life though the eyes of a black boy trying to find his place.
- "Coming Home." Description: The essay is about 12 22year olds whose lives change with the dissapearance of 8 people they know.
- Growing Pains
- The Change Pains
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