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Native Son by Richard Wright

Summary: Richard Wright's book Native Son enables the reader to see the racial and social discrimination prevalent in America, particularly of white people toward black people. The book shows how discrimination can affect one's outlook on people and teaches the lesson that we should respect everyone, black or white.
Native Son by Richard Wright

Native Son is a very popular book in our days. While reading it, the reader gets introduced to the social discrimination of the past. These times were not a long time ago: not 300, not 200 years ago, but in the 20th century - the century where most of us was born. While people considered America as "White People's Country." White people discriminated black people, calling them "Negroes", because many centuries ago, when European nation has visited America, they brought black people to the North America and used them as slaves. After the Independence of USA, the discrimination was "officially" stopped, but was not stopped among people. Black didn't have many rights, there even was the "line" between blacks and whites. The discrimination stopped not a long time ago - people of middle ages lived in times of discrimination. The Native Son...

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