If He Hollers Let Him Go Analysis

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If he hollers let him go, is an essay by Rachel Ghansah. It is a review of political, personal, and family reasons of Dave Chapelle, famous American comedian, to move back to his hometown yellow spring Ohio. When his career and popularity was on the peak, he left his stand up show and moved, though he appeared on TV and gave some official interview later. According to some critics, it was more emotional decision, than thoughtful. Rachel Ghansah was trying to find out Dave’s true motives. It is necessary to notice that this literary piece is based on a real research; the analysis has concrete background. The author used method of including observation and method of interview. The essay also includes Dave’s own explanations, which were given …show more content…
Searching for Dave Chappell ten years after he left his own show reveals goal and task of this essay. Apparently, it helped a lot of viewers to understand and to forgive their favorite comedian. They might have been deeply offended by his behavior. Dave decision to cease shooting of the third season of the show was accompanied with rumors, which only aggravated the attitude towards the comedian. He was blamed in insanity and abuse. All the magazines and newspapers wondered why Dave had refused from the check of five million dollars. Also nobody could understand it, but the reasons were hiding in the comedian’s own evaluation of his work. During one of his uncountable interviews he said that one’s work could be indicated as a good one, if old people like it. Apparently, Dave did not meet this appreciation. Despite he was met and treated as a good friend in almost every white American family, it was objectively strange for another part of colored population to hear so-called African-American humor from a black skinned person. His sketches included strong language and some of them were offensive for celebrities and average colored people. In her essay Rachel Ghansah allocates three more treats of the comedian’s creation, due to which he became so demanded and popular. They are wit, self-deprecation and toilet

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