Racial Passing In American Racism In Sinclair Lewis' Kingsblood Royal
PENGERTI, Calvian Nugroho
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The result of the analysis of racial passing in American racism in Sinclair Lewis ’ Kingsblood Royal gives several understandings. We get the information from this study that there is a stereotype to other race from generation to generation. This stereotype made the social condition in U.S. 1940s being separate according to their race. Neil as a White thought that Black is a bad creature, disease spreader, and criminal. This separation worked under Jim Crow Law in which this law also created by the White-American as a major people in this novel. White got a worthy facility in a public place, public transportation, and also in the office or school. In another side, black got the public service with bad service and nasty.
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