"Stranger in the Village"
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This paper briefly discusses the issues of white superiority over 'Blacks' in American history. It shows how "Stranger in the Village" is primarily a cry against racial discrimination. It examines the complex historical relationship between the "blacks" and "whites" - Black refers to the American Negroes and white refers to white men, the Americans, according to Baldwin.
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