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When put into a foreign environment animals adept so do humans when they need to learn they ways of life Richard Wright due to his surroundings had to adapt and become independent early in his life In the book Black Boy Richard shows how he progressively became independent in his writings He never had a real relationship with anyone so he never knew what it was like to rely on anyone else Richard being an African-American in the south at that time was very hard No one was willing to help him he had to learn for himself His family wasnt much of a help to him being that they wanted nothing to do with himBeing an outcast most of his life from society caused him to become a self-reliant person It is necessary to understand that Richard seemed not to want a social life He just wanted to be left to himself staying free from things that could hurt him He didnt know what it was like to be loved because his family didnt love him For example this quote I mingle with the boys hoping to pass unnoticed pg 123 Richard is saying here that he will talk with them just so he doesnt seem weird but he really doesnt want to be there He would wish that no one was there If Richard was able to actually have a true friendship he would have never became the person he did an independent one One of the causes as to why he couldnt get a real friend was because he never stayed in one place at one time to get one For instance this quote with the exception of one year at the church school each time I had begun a new school term something would happen to disrupt it pg 123 This quote shows how Richard was moving around so much that he never could get a friend supporting my idea that
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