Richard Wright's Native Son

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My most recent heartening relationship with a book would be Richard Wright’s rewarding novel Native Son. My acquaintance with the novel emerged from a spontaneous impulse for a distinct genre in ratio to the norm. The social novel bases on African-American Literature, interpreting the average historical racism memoir. Thus, the choice of novel was a treasured story in a book of empty words. The fictional story was narrated in 3rd person omniscient in purpose for the readers to merge in reason following the main character who is an African American living in 1930’s Chicago poverty and his journey to a sentenced death. The story’s point of view is essential to sincerely consider the racial situations and ponder the destructive effect and neglect
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