Richard Wright Essay | Richard Wright: Parenting Influences

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Richard Wright: Parenting Influences

Summary: In Richard Wright's life, as reflected in his autobiography Black Boy, parents and society were the two most influential elements that inspired him to success. Even though he encountered many difficulties during his childhood, he eventually straightened things up and became a famous writer. Remarkably, no matter how bad the situation of one's life is, one's soul is the most important aspect to being successful.
Few things are as important to an individual's development as parenting and society. Since these two elements are the keys for children to be success in their careers. If a child has good parents, his parents will give him assistances to reach his goals, and they will also encourage the child to fight for his dreams. In addition, society gives either positive or negative influence toward a child. As we all know that environment is an important key to nourish children with abilities; for instance, if a child lives in a neighborhood with all the low educated people, he will lose the mood to study. Meanwhile, he will not improve his skills as fast as other child whom lives in a high educated neighborhood. Therefore, in Richard Wright's autobiography --- Black Boy, Richard's parenting and society affected him greatly.

Richard's family is important to him because...

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