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Black Identity and Black Protest in Richard Wright’s “Black Boy”

Dr. Diwakar Tiwari

Asst. Professor

National P. G. College

Barahalganj , Gorakhpur

Uttar Pradesh, India

 

 

Abstract :    

The present paper deals with the problem of Black’s identity and their protest in white dominated American society. American Blacks are the sons and daughters of darkness journeying through untold sorrows and sufferings. Identity is their problem. Dreams they have and nightmares they confront. With the beginning of Black or Harlem Renaissance in 1920-30, a large majority of writers appeared on the literary scene who started glorifying the Blacks. Richard Wright is one of these writers who made an indelible mark on the minds of the readers through his sketches of the  oppressed Negroes. This has paved the way for a new generation of Negro writers to dwell on the hitherto undisclosed facts about discrimination of Blacks.

Keywords : identity, protest, discrimination, race, alienation, segregation

journal of english

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