Angie Thomas Concrete Conversation

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In the use of dialogue, Angie Thomas demonstrates concrete conversations the characters carry out, in order for readers to fully grasp the concept. For example, Angie gives readers an understanding of how colored children grow up with fear and confusion based on the fact of injustice,“License, registration, and proof of insurance.” Khalil breaks a rule—he doesn’t do what the cop wants. “What you pull us over for?” “License, registration, and proof of insurance.” “I said what you pull us over for?”(Angie Thomas, 21). Angie takes possession on readers minds, creating suspense on what might occur to the character, Khalil with the police officer. It explicitly shows the emotional impact police have towards colored people. The fear and anger that
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