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The short stories The Dolls House and No Witch Craft For Sale both reveal how children inherit the values of racial hierarchy social standing and discrimination Revealed in these stories is just how the discriminatory idea that one race is superior to another is passed down from one generation to the next we see this in No Witch Craft For Sale when Teddy begins to treat Gideon differently As the generation engages in acts of racial discrimination and prejudicial treatment the younger generation inherits these values and views this as normal These beliefs then become a sort of communal disease which gets passed down and spread to those who are naive and have yet to establish their own social viewpoints White supremacy therefore becomes almost hereditary and it is a belief that grows stronger with age It becomes more and more apparent that these values are manifesting in the minds of the innocent by older generations It is illustrated in the story No Witch Craft For Sale that Teddy has a bond with Gideon that is almost like a father son bond As Teddy grows older he starts to view and treat Gideon as his parents do One day while Teddy is riding his scooter he scares Gideons son when confronted by Gideon Teddy states He is only a black boy and laughed 1359 This quotes shows how Teddy is beginning to obtain the racial values his parents possess WIth that being said Teddy sees Gideons son merely as only a black boy meaning someone who is inferior In the story The Dolls House youth is starting to inherit prejudiced values that have been passed down by earlier generations One day while the Kelveys are sitting by themselves on the play ground a young girl comes up to them and says Is it true youre going to be a servant when your grow up LIl Kelvey shrilled Lena1304 This quotes reflects how although
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