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Notes of a Native Son

notes of a Native Son

to return home to America. Baldwin also points out that in the novel, the black are still presented in a stereotypical way and that whiteness is still associated with goodness and beauty. The special attention of the white teacher is a positive opportunity for the young Baldwin to get aheadyet his father is so distrustful of white people that he cannot imagine the situation as anything other than a threat. Hatred always destroys the person who hates. In the next essay, Baldwin writes about the situation in France and how the blacks living in Europe had a different situation than the blacks living in America. While many hailed the novel as being progressive, Baldwin criticizes it for treating the subject of slavery from a sentimentalist view. In the essay, notes of a Native Son, Baldwin talks about his father and about his death which took place in 1943. His father wanted him to become a preacher but Baldwin felt no inclination towards spending his life as a mister. Active Themes, the funeral was held on Baldwins birthday, and he spent the day drinking whisky with a female friend and wondering what to wear because he did not own any black clothes. Baldwin grabbed a nearby water mug and threw it in her face, before immediately running out of the restaurant. Thus, Baldwin argues that because of this, blacks will still be perceived as inferior for a long time to come. Given the scale and intensity of racist oppression, its difficult to blame him for this paranoia.

Baldwins father used to preach: But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. There, he waits his trial and he spends his Christmas Eve in the hospital. Towards the end of the fathers life, it was discovered that he was mentally ill and that contributed to his falling health. Baldwin also criticizes the press and how it fails to distinguish itself from the publications written by white people. This is, in Baldwins opinion, driving manual transmission a bad way to look at the situation and does not analyze the reason why the slaves were treated the way they were. Baldwins fathers mental health problems cast a shadow over Baldwins life, as Baldwin lives with the awareness that he may inherit them. His friend lingered outside the restaurant to send the police in the wrong direction. Baldwin notes regrettably that Harlem changed little since his youth despite all the good intentions and despite the efforts made by some black leaders. In comparison with them, the Europeans had more chances of becoming successful but still, they tried to keep themselves distanced from the African Americans whom they looked at with suspicion. Baldwin did not want to see his fathers body in the casket, but had no choice but to go and look.

notes of a Native Son

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