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The theme of this novel is very much connected to the theme in our class right now which is discovery In the novel Black Boy is about a young boy who grows up into a world of hatred and difficulty His name is Richard Wright This young boy was born into the time of discrimination and un- lawfulness Richard discovered many things early in life He discovered he has to make his own decisions but also has to deal with the consequence Young children tend to always follow or believe whatever their parents tell them to believe or what their parents do believe themselves Richard was not like this He wanted to be a life long learner and not have to deal with the things of what his family believed He knew who he was and what he wanted to be and he knew not anyone could stop him from doing that While at church one day he said to his grandmother and he knew not anyone could stop him from doing that While at church one day he said to his grandmother You see Granny if I ever saw an angel like Jacob did then Id believe117 He was talking about God and Richard had made up his own mind about what he wanted to believe in even at an early age Richard wanted to discover things for himself and didnt want others to tell him what was right or wrong he wanted the experience it for himself He made a discovery throughout his lifeIn this novel there were many conflicts He fought with children his age and even his family One that stood out the most was when Richard had moved to be on his own he was working at a factory The men there tried to get Richard to fight this young man who was his age and was also black They would tell Richard lies about what the other boy would
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