"The Souls of Black Folk"
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This paper provides a discussion of language and how it is used to oppress minorities, based on a reading of the first five chapters of W.E.B. Du Bois', "The Souls of Black Folk". It argues language is not only used by whites to oppress but often causes conflict and paradox among African Americans.
From the Paper:"In "The Souls of Black Folk", W E B Du Bois targets two audiences. One is the white audience among whose members the author wishes to illustrate the humanity worth and dignity of African Americans. The other is the African ..."
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