CHARACTER ANALYSIS: Richard Wright’s “The Man Who Was Almost a Man”

Write a character study of one of the main characters from one of the following stories or plays: Richard Wright’s “The Man Who Was Almost a Man”; Karen Bender’s “Eternal Love”; Ralph Ellison’s “Battle Royal”; Luisa Valenzuela’s “The Density of Words”; David Mamet’s “Oleanna”; or Wendy Wasserstein’s
“The Man in a Case” Write about the traits of the character and support your conclusions by pointing out things that: the character says the character does other characters say about the character other characters do in relation to the character Discuss how the character’s attributes help drive the action in the story or play. You may also want to discuss whether the character is “round” or “flat” and why you think so.
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