Reading Journal for Native Son. K. Melvin. Journal #1. From what point of view is Native Son written, and what effect does that have on the story?. Journal #2.
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From what point of view is Native Son written, and what effect does that have on the story?
What does Bigger mean when he says, "Half the time I feel like I'm on the outside of the world peeping in through a knot-hole in the fence. . ."?
What is Bigger saying when he tells Gus that white folks live "Right down here in my stomach"?
To what is Wright referring when he writes, ". . . they were a sort of a great natural force, like a stormy sky looming overhead, or like a deep swirling river stretching suddenly at one's feet in the dark"?
How does Bigger rationalize to himself that Mary and Bessie were responsible for their own deaths?