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By Margaret Mansfield

This e-book recounts some of the most intriguing sociological experiments of the 20 th century. The Caucasian writer undergoes chemical and actual alterations to seem as an African American, to rfile the prejudice and social injustices of the white American society from own adventure.

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Here, he soon becomes preoccupied with the sounds and smells and general atmosphere of an autumn night. Significantly, it is the sense of loneliness and fear which the night conveys to him that dominates his mood at the end of this day of decision. The Negro poet Langston Hughes had allied the night with the condition of the black man in the lines from which Griffin took the title of his book: ". . " Night is both tender and hostile for the black man. On the one hand, it masks the poverty of his surroundings, shields him from the hatefilled stares of whites, and affirms his validity and beauty by Page 22 showing him that blackness is part of the pattern of nature.

The Parker case did not attract only local attention; it was a matter of national interest for nearly a year and spurred on attempts by liberal United States senators and congressmen to strengthen existing civil rights legislation.

He is overwhelmed with panic and a sense of acute isolation. What was intended as merely a superficial visual change has made him unrecognizable even to himself. All his inclinations rebel: if his children and his friends saw him now, they would see only a large bald Negro, no one that they knew. This painful crisis of identity is, however, much more than a simple outpouring of Griffin's personal anguish and confusion. For one thing, it marks his first gut realization of the anonymity of the black man to whites.

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