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    Struggle for Individuality

    The autobiography, Black Boy, follows the life of Richard Wright and his experiences as a young African American teenager facing racism in the South. Throughout the novel, Wright focuses on the oppression society inflicts upon him. He finds difficulty in remaining employed because he does not act “black” or submissive enough. He is physically and […] More

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    Individuality vs Nationality

    Individuality and nationality are two completely different concepts; although, they are both strongly correlative to each other. Individuality is the quality or character of oneself that distinguishes one from others; whereas, nationality is what one identifies oneself with, whether it be of a society or a culture. Both individuality and nationality play decisive roles; however, […] More