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Longest Memory Comparative Sample Piece

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This is a comparative text response for Black Diggers and The longest Memory, exploring the questions - "The Black Diggers and Whitechapel receive the treatment inflicted upon them by the white men with a mixture of acceptance and rebellion. Compare how the truth of this statement is conveyed in the two texts."

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Abuse Structure Behavior Politics Racism Hatred Social inequality Whitechapel Discrimination Diggers Slavery in the United States Dehumanization
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Abuse Structure Behavior Politics Racism Hatred Social inequality Whitechapel Discrimination Diggers Slavery in the United States Dehumanization
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Compare how the truth of this statement is conveyed in the two texts. In both The Longest Memory and Black Diggers, the discussion surrounding an individual's choice to accept or rebel against social norms, appears to stem from the intensity of both negative and positive experiences one is exposed to. D’Aguiar’s novel, whilst exploring slavery in a way which encapsulated it to be widely accepted and openly encouraged in the early 1800’s society, highlights in a similar way to Wright's novel, how history impacts social constructs and perspectives of those within that society. This brings to light the differing ways in which past has the ability to impact hope, be it to demolish or ignite, and hence how history can lead an individual to rebel or accept society's norms. In both texts, the protagonists, Whitechapel, and the Digger...
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