Black Like Me: Review Guide
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Black Like Me
Author- John Howard Griffin
Published- United States, Houghton Mifflin, 1961.
Point of View- First person, John Griffin tells his story from his perspective as he travels through the south in extremely prejudiced areas disguised as a black man.
Conflict- Griffin spends the novel better trying to understand life as a black person in the prejudiced south. He has to deal with the prejudices any black person would face as well as ridicule after publishing his novel.