Black Like Me Essay | Essay

John Howard Griffin
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Black Like Me, A Review

Summary: Reviews John H. Griffin's Black Like Me. Reveals the premise of the nonfiction work. Discusses issues of race and prejudice detailed in the book.
John H. Griffin's Black Like Me is a very touching book. The book taught me that there are people out there that do care about to struggles that the blacks in America went through. The book is a real life experiences that the author John Griffin went through. Griffin in the book for six long weeks transforms himself into a black man, to see how it really fells to be a Negro in the 50's. Griffin's writing is filled with interesting information especially because he is showing different struggles that black men were dealing with at the time. In Black Like Me the story takes place in Texas. Griffin talks about how he traveled from many states. For six weeks the Griffin, who is from Texas, hitchhikes, walks, or takes a busses through the streets of four other Southern

States Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana and Georgia.

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