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Jessika Essay 2

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Though he had killed by accident, not once did he feel the need to tell himself, that it had been an accident. He was black and he had been alone in the room where a white girl had been killed: therefore he had killed her. That was what everyone would say, anyhow, no matter what he said." (p. 102) Richard Wright is the author of Native Son but portrays himself as “Bigger” in the story as black boy that gets committed in a crime of killing a white girl which is Mary Dalton. Richard Wright puts his books in this story into 3 sections. Richard Wright portrays himself to me as a black person that just makes mistakes while he’s young and try’s to learn from it but doesn’t learn from it he just ...view middle of the document...

The third body paragraph would be when Bigger killed Mary and Bessie and how everything came about how he deposed there bodies and things “His muscles flexed taut as steel ad he pressed the pillow, feeling the bed give slowly, evenly, but silently….. (page 86-87) This paragraph goes back to the thesis by letting you know people don’t trust as much people and everybody isn’t what they portray themselves to be. The fourth body paragraph would be about the people finding out Bigger is the one that killed Mary, Bessie and tried to hide it/ bigger goes to jail. “ you got im, yeah! Let im drop on!, ok, he dropped into rough hands inside of the dark loft. They were dragging him by his feet. (269-270) “ though they carried him from one police station to another, though they
threatened him, persuaded him, bullied him, and stormed at him, he steadfastly refused to speak ( Beginning of Fate) this connects back to the thesis by knowing that black people are going to try to do everything they can to protect themselves and...

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