Title: "Battle Royal" The Denial of Social Equality
|Date:||April 12, 2012|
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During this time period the story takes place black people were not considered equal to whites and were treated in unjust ways. Several issues in the story show the denial of social inequality. Things such as the narrator and other boys fear to look at the white woman dancing, when the narrator mentioned social inequality in his speech, and the scholarship he received to the best black college in the area...
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These all provide support that during this era blacks were not social equal to whites and whites had no intent for them to be.
When the narrator and others first entered the ball room before the battle there stood a naked white woman who put fear in the hearts of all the boys. "A sea of faces, some hostile, some amused, ringed around us, and in the center, facing us, stood a magnificent blonde-stark naked...
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