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The Significance of the Title "Native Son" by Richard Wright and "Night" by Elie Wiesel
Authors often choose the titles for their novels based on the main character or protagonist. These titles give deeper insight or change the meaning entirely as the novel progresses and the relationships between characters and their environment become clearer. Two excellent examples of significant titles are Native Son by Richard Wright and Elie Wiesel's Night.
The very title of the novel, Native Son, instantly makes the reader think about ideas of "nativism" and "territory." …
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