Analysis Of The Book ' Wingshooters And The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part Time Indian Books '

785 Words Dec 21st, 2015 4 Pages
The most surprising two stories that I have read are in Wingshooters and The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian books. Both stories were talking about racism. It was shocked when I read that all the characters in the stories faced racial issues from their own community. It is obvious that there is some people who still discriminate each other based on appearance or culture, even though, back in time, decimation was normal. Also, it was very usual someone to express their feelings even if it is full of hate, as many people did in these stories. So this paper is reflecting the most unexpected racism incidents that happened in Wingershooter and The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian books such as rejection to being interracial or black and what immigrant went through in order to reach their goals. First, For Wingshooter, a city full of white bullied and rejected a little girl called Michelle. She was a child of white American father and Japanese mother. She arrived at a small town in Wisconsin named Deerhorn, and the whole community were white. I was shocked how Michelle was ignored in the entire city. No one cared about her feeling since she wasn’t living with her parents. It was unfair to discriminate a child of being mixed blood from different race. First of all, children do not choose their own parents, so they cannot be blamed or rejected because of their parent’s actions and doings. In addition, children are innocent, and they do not deserve hate or…

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