Analysis Of Men's House By George Norway

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What changes does the narrator undertake? How has his ideology developed? By the time he leaves the hospital the narrator no longer feels afraid. His perception of the world has been profoundly altered. When he goes to the Men's House he sees the young men and he thinks," I now felt contempt such as a disillusioned dreamer feels for those unaware that they dream"(256). He has now realized that his hopes of going back to college were never meant to be realized. He thinks that those young men may also one day realize that their aspirations are out of reach and perhaps just a fantasy since they won't gain equal treatment to white men. He leaves the Men’s House and rents a room with Mary. Later on, we also see as the narrator decides to buy himself
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