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Free Study Guide-Black Like Me by John Howard Griffin-Free Booknotes
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AUGUST 14

Summary

Unable to bear the hostility of the local white racists, the author, with his family and parents, plans to move to Mexico, for a new life. But the author decides not to shift immediately, as he does not want the racists to feel that they have chased him out.


Notes

Todayís entry reveals the authorís powerful skill in imagery, as the author describes the barren and empty office, stripped of all its contents. This condition of his home is evocative of the barrenness and emptiness that the author feels inside. At the end of his quest he too has been stripped of all thoughts and emotions.

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