Unformatted text preview: hence indicate that the protagonist is not well educated. This reflects the inequality and injustice against black people, as they were not provided with learning opportunity. He mentions that how people, very likely the racist whites, try to interfere with his life by stopping him from “laughin’”, “lovin’” and “livin’”. This use of consonance again emphasizes his frustration with overcoming the ceaseless obstacles. “But I don’t (he doesn’t) care!/I’m (he’s) still here!” He will always stand up again and he tries to tell us that he is indomitable....
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- Spring '11
- White people, Civil Right Movement, Jacky Chong