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Character Mistreatment in Black Boy And One Flew over the Cuckoos Nest When reading a book does the reader notice the similarities in the characters situations Do they comprehend enough to understand the hardships that they face throughout the book It seems as though anyone could read words when reading a book but not everyone could understand and question what they are reading Sometimes it takes two superb books to completely appreciate the value a person has in their community It is a shame how put down an individual can be by their own family and peers In the books Black Boy and One Flew over the Cuckoos Nest the two main characters faced similar mistreatment throughout the novels Even though the two books were different in context they were similar with morals and values Both of the main characters were the narrators which made the mistreatment more real from a first-hand point of view Some of the similar situations in which they were mistreated started in their childhood as well as in their adulthood Lives they lacked love and compassion in their lives The book Black Boy begins when Richard Wright as a young rebellious child Richard is also the author-narrator as well as the main character It seemed as though Richard did not wait to let the reader know how he is mistreated The distress I sensed in her voice was sharp and painful as the lash of a whip on my flesh Wright 6 Richard had his share of beatings his were physical and emotional In the other book Cuckoos Nest The main character also faced his own emotional abuse The examples from mistreatment in Richards life began within the first ten pages of the book Within the subject of mistreatment everyone mistreated Richard He was mistreated by both black and whites Not only was he mistreated by whites and blacks but his own family as
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