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An Analysis of Like a Winding Sheet

Summary: This essay is an analysis according to opinion about Ann Petry's "Like A Winding Sheet."
In the story, Like A Winding Sheet," the author, Ann Petry, is showing how racism affect people. The main character is Mr. Johnson who loved his wife Mae but did not show how much he did. After a day of a lack of rest he heads to work late where he is confronted by his boss Mrs. Scott who calls him the --n-- word. He wants to hit her but, remembers that he does not hit women. Later on that day after work, he goes into the coffee urn. The waitress decides not to serve Mr. Johnson because he is black and, she also calls him the --n-- word. When he returned home his wife called him the --n-- word playfully and ended up getting hit by her husband who said that he would not hit a woman. Therefore, Mrs. Scott and the waitress are essential to the...

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