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A person could use this novel as an example to write their own autobiography or "Main" Characters:
Richard Wright also the protagonist and narrator, Ella Wright, "Granny", and Aunt Maggie.

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I don’t know if Chicago was the innovator of this type of racism, but I do believe it was something created in Northern industrial cities — i.e., the Rust Belt. I suspect it has its seeds in the antebellum North, whose cities had small African-American populations prior to the Civil War and immediately afterwards. I imagine at that time, when blacks comprised maybe less than five percent of, say, Buffalo’s population, it was relatively easy to isolate blacks without necessarily singling them out, as in the Jim Crow South.

Another black boy Richard's age who works at the rival optical house ..
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