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Comparative response for The Longest Memory and Black Diggers

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This is a comparative response to the question - "How is the concept of identity explored in both texts. - The Longest Memory And Black Diggers."

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Comparative response for The Longest Memory and Black Diggers
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Identity Psychology of self Whitechapel Tom Wright
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Identity Psychology of self Whitechapel Tom Wright
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Using the complex idea of being able to remove, manipulate or alter the perception of one’s self or others, both texts are able to highlight the different ways identity can be damaged, be it self inflicted or inflicted against. Using this as a basis, both text’s bring to light the power identity can have for individuals attempting to self-gain. Identity as a construct is discussed similarly in both texts in detail, and ultimately both authors are able to provide similar views to their readership surrounding the true meaning of identity and its linkage with perception. In both texts, the authors are able to portray the differing ways in which identity can be removed, altered or manipulated. D’Aguiar explains how this process ...
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