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Category Archives: Passing
Passing was a very interesting story. Passing can be use as an example in todays society. I see many people pass as different nationalities or only tell half their nationality because they are embaressing of where they come from. This … Continue reading
Reading Passing was… difficult. I cant describe the vain, the disdain, the utter rage this book gave me. The characters are uninteresting, and the story itself is just as bland. it was a battle inside of me to turn the pages with … Continue reading
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Some Passing Quotes to Consider
“White people were so stupid about such things for that they usually asserted that they were able to tell; and by the most ridiculous means,”—scientific racism—“finger-nails, palms of the hands, shapes of ears, teeth, and other equally sill rot. They … Continue reading
Just finished reading Passing, I must say this book was not one of my favorites. There were many things I didn’t find interesting. First of all the language spoken was not one for me to catch my attention. The different … Continue reading
Class Notes, Oct 24
Important Couples in Passing Clare & Irene Clare & Brian Clare & Jack Marriage Duality: brings people together, gives social access, but is also a source of conflict Distance in the marriage between Brian and Irene Tension Brian wants to … Continue reading
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Reaction to Passing Part 1
There are many things i don’t like in the first part of the book Passing. First of all Clare is one of those characters that I don’t like. To me Clare is one of those type of people that are … Continue reading
reading journal for passing .
Well, unfortuantely i have been having trouble finding the book in the Public Library , but when we had the class discussion on the first chapter of the book and the encounter i was excited to actually get to get … Continue reading
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This is what we know from reading Chapter 1 in “Encounter.” words we defined careen perturbed furtive derisive The Setting Irene is in New York City–she lives here Clare is also in NYC–she is visiting Morning Irene is opening morning … Continue reading